Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst

Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst

Belgisches Viertel

Less well known than the Kolumba or Ludwig, and tucked away in the obscure, serene Hiroshima-Nagasaki-Park, this small museum for East-Asian art might just be Cologne's best kept secret. Founded in 1913 by Adolf and Frieda Fischer, it was the first of its kind in Europe and today has, next to Berlin, the most significant collection of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese art in Germany.

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Universitätsstraße 100, Cologne, Germany

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