From the outside the Museum is unpretentious, but once one gets inside it's packed full of Dolls! The Museum's policy on using a camera is simple; taking pictures is OK but you can't use a flash. No problem for me, I brought my Panasonic Lumix GX1 with a 50mm f1.4 lens and I shot all the pictures at ISO 200 with the aperture wide open to f 1.4.
This was my favorite.
This doll picked up the bad habit of smoking.
This one reminds me of the painting "The Scream".
After we left the museum I took Emi to the Motomachi Park so that she could see how nice and peaceful it is there.
One may not realize it, but sightseeing all day is hard work that needs to be rewarded before returning home.
We stopped at my favorite stand bar in Noge (near Hinodecho train station) for a nice cold draft beer.
The stand bar was quite lively with good friendly customers.
Shifting to a Ohcha Hi! (green tea and shochu)
Everyone was enjoying the warm weather and the cold drinks - to bad it was time to leave.
Thanks for stopping by!