Yamanobe-machi Furusato Museum

Yamanobe-machi Furusato Museum やまのべまちふるさとしりょうかん
Three storehouses of Seigoro Sato, who was a merchant dealing with many merchandises including safflower and hemp since Edo era, were renovated and converted into museum which opened in July, 1994.
Exhibits on fibers for dyeing and fabric are permanently installed.
Also, project exhibition takes place.

Various historical Hina dolls including Kyoho-bina and Kokin-bina are on display, too.
  • Name Yamanobe-machi Furusato Museum
  • Location 208-1 Yamanobe, Yamanobe-machi, Higashimurayama-gun
  • Phone number 023-664-5033
  • FAX number 023-664-5377
  • Business Hours April-October: 9:30-16:30
    November-March: 10:00-16:00
  • Closed on Mondays, national holidays (excluding Children’s Day and Culture Day), year-end and New Year’s holidays ※Museum can be subject to be temporarily closed.
  • Admission (Individual Visitors)
    Adult: 200 yen
    High school and college student: 100 yen
    Elementary and junior high school student: 50 yen
    [Group] ※Group discount available for a group of 20 people or more
    Adult: 100 yen
    High school and college student: 50 yen
    Elementary and junior high school student: 30 yen
    [Preschool child]

    ※Additional fee applied during Hina doll exhibition

    ※[January 30, 2017] It is current information.
     As it may be different from fact,
     For more details, please refer directly.

  • Access From Uzen-Yamabe Station a 5-minute walk
  • Parking lot 10 lots available
  • Contact information Yamanobe-machi Furusato Museum
  • URL http://www.town.yamanobe.yamagata.jp/soshiki/14/shiryoukan.html
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[Last updated] January 30, 2017
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