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Ohyama-Machi Historical Folkloristic Material Museum

Ohyama-Machi Historical Folkloristic Material Museum

History and Outline

Opened in November 1984. This museum was constructed as one of the 30th anniversary commemorative projects of the municipal organization and aims to perform its part effectively as a base of culture to correspond the cultural heritage of our ancestor from each era with making an effort to excavate, collect and preserve materials and documents.

Project

Permanent exhibition, planning exhibition

Collection and Exhibition

Three sages of Ohyama (Uji Chojiro, Kanayama Bokusho, Banryushonin)
History and culture of Arimine
Mines of Ohyama
Control of soil erosion and electric power generation of the Joganji River, etc.

Address
1 Kamegai, Toyama-shi, Toyama-ken 930-1459 Japan
Telephone
+81 76-481-1415
Open
9:30am–5:00pm
Closed
Monday (or the following day if it falls on a national holiday), the day after a national holiday, from December 28 to January 4
Parking
Parking provided
Access
20 minutes walk from Toyama Chiho Railway Arimine-guchi Station.
25 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Toyama I.C.
36.56628,137.39135
Highlight
Wooden lion-dogs that guarded the shrines of Arimine (four pairs, eight sculptures), documents linked to the three sages of Ohyama
URL
http://www.city.toyama.toyama.jp/other/shisetsuannai/oyamarekishiminzoku.html