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I had visited their official website and don't remember reading anything relevant to not accepting credit card for ticket purchase. I was denied entrance, since I didn't had any cash with me at that time.
The woman there showed me a sign written in Italian,...More
This museum is a bit hidden away behind a very nice park near Piazza Corvetto. It’s worth the climb to get to it. It has a nice collection of Japanese and Chinese artifacts mostly from the 19th century but many going further back. We were...More
The collection is fabulous if you like Japanese art and artefacts. Some great samurai armour' tsuba and netsuke. Not a lot of info to inform you of what is on display, but if you have a very slight knowledge you will enjoy what is a...More
An interesting building, but the collection is presented with absolutely no background, just kind of thrown together. The walk climb through the park is certainly worth the trip. Just don't expect much of your museum experience.
The climb up the hill was worth it.
One might not expect a museum of Japanese artefacts in Genoa, but this was a really good collection, well laid out, and interspersed with some interesting glass art.
The setting is also good with a view from...More
The top 2 floors were shut so the prints that we especially wanted to see were not on display. We were the only visitors on a Saturday morning and lights only came on in the rooms a we walked past the sensors. It was also...More
I found my way to this museum (which isn't well signposted) on a hot June day. And was the only person apart from the staff in the museum. Compared to many Italian museums, I didn't feel particularly welcomed and there wasn't enough in the collection...More