|Name of film commission||Nara Prefectural Film Commission|
|Location||Nara city, Nara prefecture|
|Description||This bold modern design of this museum, the work of the famed architect Kisho Kurokawa, stands out in the midst of a traditional neighbourhood. The museum is dedicated to photographer Irie Taikichi, who documented Nara during his long career. There are beautifully printed, large-scale images of Nara festivals and the daily life and rituals at Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, captured over a 50-year period. There are also periodic exhibitions by contemporary photographers. Upstairs is a small cafe with basic snacks like pizza toast and cakes.|
|Era of location (facility)||The Heisei era|
|Contact||Noborioji-cho 30, Nara, Nara Prefecture 630-8501
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