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FREE Asian Art Museum Admission and Akira Kurosawa Movies

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Photo lifted from SF Asian Art Museums website

Photo lifted from SF Asian Art Museum's website

Every first Sunday is FREE at the San Francisco Asian Art Museum, and today happens to be that day.   Considering that they are one of the largest museums in the West devoted to Asian art, this spot is always pretty fucking sweet.  But right now they are even sweeter!  Until September they have a whole exhibit called Lords of the Samurai which gives an awesomely detailed look of samurai culture.

To top it off, they are playing two Akira Kurosawa movies today!!!!  Yojimbo (The Bodyguard) plays at 11am and Sanjuro plays at 2pm.  Samurai movies make me happy.

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1 Comment

  1. July 8, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    Heck yeah! I’ve been waiting forever for this exhibit!!