Secret Stone Statues

We found these hidden stone statues in Aoyama at the back entrance to the Nezu Art Museum. Curious why they're here?

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This entrance is used for special guests, such as ambassadors from foreign countries, and even the Emperor! Though you can't use this entrance, you can still stop by for a quick peaceful meditation.

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Nezu Art Museum



Address:6-5-1,Minami-Aoyama,Tokyo

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