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Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Notojima Glass Art Museum, Japan From 62 USD

Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Notojima Glass Art Museum, Japan
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The Notojima Glass Art Museum is a facility that specializes in the development of glass art in Japan. Here, you’ll be fascinated by exquisite glass sculptures that are iterations of Picasso’s paintings. Some unique displays here are the outdoor glass sculptures which change color at different times of day depending on which direction sunlight hits them. Notojima is a wonderful place to stay as it’s a beautiful volcanic island. Other places you can visit here are the Notojima Aquarium where you’ll get to see a variety of marine animal species, for instance, the dolphin. Planning a trip? Read on to learn more about the hotels and Airbnb vacation rentals near Notojima Glass Art Museum.

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