Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology is located at 26 Marii Konopnickiej Street. Only 1.1 km from Wawel Castle (15 min walk by Vistula river). The building was designed by a famous Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and it is a distinctive design in the scale of our country. The museum was opened in 1994. The permanent exhibition consists of collections of Mr Feliks Jasieński, the Wajdas family and other donators. The museum often also has temporary exhibitions connected with Japanese art, culture and technology. Among exhibits we can find Japanese, Korean and Polish art including: paintings, graphics, sculptures, installations, photography, drawings, posters, artistic books, handicraft, ceramics, katagami (dying templates), kimonos and theatre costumes. Manggha combines museum and active culture centre functions so, visitors can enjoy here various experiences and events.