Trip to Yamagata| Sightseeing (culture of Yamagata)
Photograph world that first Japanese photograph Museum Ken Domon Museum played an active part for the Showa period.
Facility which is added to Roadside Station, Sagae (cherry land). 2..
It is safflower by liquor brewing that the opening is old using brewing until last years of the Showa era as museum.
In symbol of sightseeing base "Sankyo Warehouse" of Sakata national eminent rice granary Shonai.
The entrance at the time of the opening of a school of the early period of Meiji. It is removed and rebuilt now by Historical Museum of town.
Country designation important cultural property "old finished straight hall Main Building" medicine, medical care, the native district history, cultural assets.
Collection of Japanese painting is substantial. In addition, we are from Gifu.
Mother river "Mogami River" of Yamagata. Water transportation route was opened from Yonezawa to Sakata.
It was gaiety to revive and restaurant which represented Sakata from the elegant no new world Edo era.
Quilting was given for thermal insulation and reinforcement in old days. Decoration has many now.
Memento, manuscript of hiromekai are displayed and are children's story room.
Hawk poppo display (present) painting classroom (reservation required) Sasano Itto Carvings.
Of Mokichi Saito reopened on April 27, 2018.
Poet of four seasons group. Evacuate during World War II; about life and scenery of Iwanezawa.
Work of painter Keiji Mashimo who loved Mogami River deeply, and continued describing and earth oyu.
The November, 1979 opening. We used tufa, Takahata stone made specially in our town everywhere.
It is based in "Sanno kurabu" with permanent construction display of the Japan's three biggest ready-made decoration 1895.
It is book in base facility Matsuyama historical park of Matsuyama historical park on May 1, 1982.
At brewing museum which sake brewery established, we display tool of traditional house and sake brewing.
Museum, culture facilities which match theatrical art with the history of Uesugi, and last "Denkoku-no-Mori (museum).