JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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Most viewed - Hakone Open-Air Museum 彫刻の森美術館
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Hakone Open-Air Museum98 views
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Hakone Open-Air Museum. Well worth a visit. But I wouldn't bring young children. Too many erotic/nude sculptures, mostly female.71 views
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Many Henry Moore sculptures too.70 views
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Hakone Open-Air Museum70 views
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Inside Symphonic Sculpture by Gabriel Loire at Hakone Open-Air Museum.68 views
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Sturm, Stainless steel piece68 views
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This giant piece is titled, "Miss Black Power" by French artist Niki de Saint Phalle in 1968.67 views
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Boxing rabbits65 views
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Nude near the Picasso Pavilion.37 views
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La Piereuse, similar to the piece at Lake Toya in Hokkaido36 views
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The first thing you see. Hercules and Pegasus. About 100 outdoor sculptures.34 views
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Picasso Pavilion34 views
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Large, outdoor museum of exquisite sculptures. Many nudes (female). Also see the Picasso Pavilion. Both the art and 70,000-sq. meter garden-like grounds are very impressive. 33 views
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Maple leaves behind a Picasso sculpture in front of the Picasso Pavilion. Hakone is colder than Tokyo, but the cold autumn air feels great. It's a different kind of cold air that is refreshing and invigorating compared to urban Tokyo.33 views
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Picasso Pavilion has 300 works.33 views
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Cafe and Gallery33 views
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Also impressive was this stained glass tower named Symphonic Sculpture by Gabriel Loire.33 views
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Inside Symphonic Sculpture by Gabriel Loire. You can go up the spiral staircase to the top.33 views
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Hot spring foot bath (free)33 views
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Cleaning a Henry Moore. Everything is well maintained.33 views
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Museum exit33 views
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Chokoku no Mori Station on the Hakone Tozan Railway has a nice mural of the Open-Air Museum.32 views
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Hakone Open-Air Museum is near Chokoku no Mori Station on the Hakone Tozan Railway. 32 views
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Chokoku no Mori Station on the Hakone Tozan Railway. 32 views
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Way to Hakone Open-Air Museum. It opened in 1969 and operated under the Fujisankei Communications Group.32 views
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About Hakone Open-Air Museum. Allow at least 2 hours here.32 views
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Hercules32 views
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Art Hall Manzu Room32 views
   
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