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History and Outline
Opened in July 1993. Displays woodcarvings showing the pride of the 220-odd year old tradition, contemporary carvings and other craft works. The basic attitude of this hall is to display handicraft works created by the essence of the Inami craftsmen’s skills and develop the traditional industry.
Collection and Exhibition
Displays works such as “ramma”(type of transom), “tsuitate”(low screen), panel, “tenjin-sama”(the deified spirit of Sugawara Michizane), “shishi-gashira”(the head of a lion) and etc.
- 733 Kitagawa, Nanto-shi, Toyama-ken 932-0226 Japan
- +81 763-82-5158
- 9:00am–5:00pm (no entry is permitted after 4:30pm)
- The 2nd and 4th Wednesday (Thursday if it falls on a national holiday), the year-end and New Year
- Parking provided
50 minutes by bus for Inami・Shogawa from JR Takaoka Station. Get off at Ima-machi bus stop and walk 10 minutes.
Change to JR Johana Line at JR Takaoka Station on the JR Hokuriku Line, get off at JR Tonami Station, take a bus for Inami/Shogawa for 15 minutes to get off at Imamachi bus stop, and walk 10 minutes.
15 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Tonami I.C.
- You can watch the performance by Inami woodcarving craftsmen and be touched their traditional skills at a short distance.