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Feather Museum of Razor, Seki

3.9
#2 of 10 in Museums in Seki
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3.9
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  • We have a great time visiting feather museum. Very interesting exhibition, beautiful product exhibition along a timeline and a lot of interactive booth: you can for instance learn the different types....  more »
  • When I just entered to the museum I was skeptic, but I learnt A LOT about razors and all "cutting" objects. The exposition is very well designed and is interactive. I recommend for all ages.  more »
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  • The world's first museum of razors (or blades) and precision cutting instruments was an unexpected surprise. Free of charge and very neatly done, you can read about the various types of cutting and cutting instruments from different cultures. I am giving it 4 stars because lack of English language descriptions limit this place to people who can read and understand Japanese. Not too sure how many non Japanese visitors come here but its worth a visit once.
  • Feather famous for the razor made in Japan. I was surprised at the exhibition with a very good sense while the company museum with free admission. The way of the exhibition and the number of collections are overwhelming. It costs a lot of money! There is a museum shop in the feeling that it is called a museum to the last, but there is no original goods, etc., and the lack of business nature that says that only razors of their products are sold is clean ... It's better to make some goodies (laughs) The staff were very friendly and helpful. There is a parking lot for several cars on site and free of charge. A very high quality museum with a volume of about an hour. It is a valuable place where you can know deeply about the products you use casually. Recommended.
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