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Uozu Museum of History and Folklore

Uozu Museum of History and Folklore

History and Outline

In October 1973 Uozu City Museum of History and Folk
In July 1974 The former Sawazaki house was moved.
In December 1978 Built an annex.
In October 1987 Yoshida Memorial Uozu City Museum of Folk was opened.
In April 1992 Renamed Museum of History and Folk, Uozu
(Uozu City Museum of History and Folk, the former Sawazaki House and Yoshida Memorial Uozu City Museum of Folk were combined.)

Project

Collection and Exhibition

Museum of History and Folk
Folk materials・・・・・Farming and fishing tools from the Edo era to the early Showa
Traditional crafts・・・Tools for lacquer work, the most important industry in Uozu in the Edo era
Folk cultural assets・・”Shishigashira” (a lion head) of Ogawa lion dance
Documents concerned with Kawarada Masataro ・・・
Documents concerned with Kawarada Masataro, an honorary citizen who is known as the inventor of television
Yoshida Memorial Museum of Art
Archaeological materials・・・
Earthenware (potsherd) and stone implements excavated from the ruins in Uozu
Historical materials・・Drawings and documents concerned with the domain of Kaga

Address
1070 Aza-Tenjinyama, Ogawaji, Uozu-shi, Toyama-ken 937-0022 Japan
Telephone
+81 765-31-7045
Open
9:00am–5:00pm
Closed
Monday (or the following week day if it falls on a national holiday), the winter season (from December to March)
Parking
Parking provided
Access
10 minutes by car from JR Uozu Station on the JR Hokuriku Line.
10 minutes by car from Hokuriku Expressway Uozu I.C.
36.826083,137.448931
Highlight
You can enjoy watch a fine view of Uozu and Kurobe City, Toyama Bay and the Noto Peninsula.
URL
http://www.nice-tv.jp/~rekihaku/