While in the Hakone mountains south of Tokyo we happened across the Venetian Glass Museum (also called the above) after debating whether it was a worthwhile destination.
Really glad that we did, as it is one of the most beautiful places we have been to. Not the museum, but the grounds around the museum set to a mountain backdrop. There were glass flowers and sculptures everywhere.
Five shots from our day, via Canon 5D Mark III, 28-70mm.
In the back of the property is a stairwell and a walkway that loops through the forest near the river.
The glass hydrangeas were particularly beautiful.
Actually, 6 shots .. the glass waterfall.
If you can get out there, I would highly recommend a stop. A really nice cafe too although I wasn’t too fond of the Italian fellow belting out Volare (smile).