Sen-oku Hakuko Kan (泉屋博古館?) is located in Kyoto, Japan and houses a large collection of Chinese bronze vessels, Chinese and Japanese mirrors, and a few Chinese bronze Buddhist figures. The collection was brought together by Sumitomo Kichizaemon VII before his death in 1926. It is credited with being one of the greatest collections of Asian bronzes in the world due to the collection's quality and the variety of its more than 500 pieces.
Latitude: 35° 01' 3.36" N
Longitude: 135° 47' 34.44" E
Nearest city to this article: Kamigyō-ku Read about Sen-oku Hakuko Kan in the Wikipedia Satellite map of Sen-oku Hakuko Kan in Google Maps