Japanese Art in the National Museum
ViaNica.com | Oct 6, 2006
The exposition consists of a collection of 70 traditional Japanese dolls, made from wood, ceramics, and porcelain. The dolls - some of which are male dolls - are part of the ancient Japanese art and they nowadays form a national symbol of this Asian country. Visitors can enjoy the Japanese culture in the fine details of every doll.
This exhibition can be visited from 8 AM until 5 PM during weekdays. In the weekend the room is open from 9 AM until 4 PM. The Rodrigo Peñalba Room of the National Museum is located in the National Palace of Culture, in front of the Presidential Palace in the historical center of Managua.