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Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology


Manggha is an initiative established in 1994 by Andrzej Wajda which has been effectively promoting Japanese art and culture for many years.

The Manggha Centre is now a museum that is intended to become one of the main European centers of the Land of the Rising Sun. This institution does not focus only on exhibitions, but also effectively popularizes broadly understood Japanese traditions. Its offer includes a Japanese language school and numerous workshops (also addressed to the youngest), the aim of which is to bring Japanese customs closer. There is also a library in the Centre, whose collections are still being expanded with new items. Manggha is undoubtedly one of the few places in Poland where you can experience the amazing atmosphere of the samurai country on your own skin.

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Phone: 12 267 27 03

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