When the Okada Museum of Art, in the popular getaway of Hakone, opened its doors in 2013, successful businessman Kazuo Okada brought to fruition his long-held plan to build a museum brimming with quality Asian artworks.

This year, the museum is holding its “Fifth Anniversary Exhibition All-Stars of the Okada Collection,” highlighting its most prized acquisitions.

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