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Tonami Provincial Museum

Tonami Provincial Museum

History and Outline

Opened in April 1983. The building of this museum used to be the head office of Chuetsu Bank, constructed in the latter part of the Meiji period, later dismantled it and reconstructed in the Tonami Tulip Park in 1979. This building was designated as a cultural asset of Tonami City in 1982 and has been used as a folk museum since April 1983.


Permanent exhibition and planning exhibition (2–3 times per year)
Publications of investigation reports of historical documents and lectures
Various activities at the research institute of the scattered village area of Tonami

Collection and Exhibition

Collection and Exhibition
◆Items in the collection・・folk tools, archaeological materials and documents of artifacts, archives and etc.
◆Permanent exhibition・・“Natural Features and Mind of The Tonami District”

1-78 Hanazono-machi, Tonami-shi, Toyama-ken 939-1382 Japan
+81 763-32-2339
Monday, the 3rd Sunday, national holiday (and the following day if it falls on Monday), during the replacement of the works on display, the year-end and New Year
Parking provided
Change to JR Johana Line at JR Takaoka Station and get off at JR Tonami Station and walk 15 minutes.
10 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Tonami I.C.
Displays materials and documents concerned with the history, folk and geography of the Tonami district.