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Yuminosato Historical and Cultural Museum

Yuminosato Historical and Cultural Museum

History and Outline

This museum was opened on Mar.27, 2003. It was installed as an institution for collection and exhibition of the historical and cultural heritage of Kamiichi-machi including the excavated articles of the town. At this 2 stories museum made of steel reinforced concrete, there are an office room, an exhibition hall, a multipurpose room, a special collection room, a wooden goods collection room, a public collection room and etc.

Project

Collection and Exhibition

There are various historical and cultural heritages such as people implements and art works including excavated articles of Kamiichi-machi in this museum. In the permanent exhibition “Ruins teach us the History of Kamiichi”, we introduce the history of Kamiichi-machi from the Old Stone Age to medieval times. Moreover, 1-2 times of plan exhibition are held for a year.

Address
182 Tachi, Kamiichi-machi, Nakaniikawa-gun, Toyama-ken 930-0474 Japan
Telephone
+81 76-473-8100
Open
9:00am-5:00pm (last entry /4:30pm)
Closed
Mondays (or the following day if it falls on a national holiday), the year-end and New Year holidays (29Dec.-3Jan.)
Parking
Parking provided
Access
About 10-minute by taxi from Kamiichi Station on the Toyama Chiho Railway or use the community bus bound for Oiwa and get off at the Kakizawa 2-ku stop and 10-minute walk.
About 15-minute by car from the Tateyama IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
About 20-minute by car from the Namerikawa IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
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Highlight
Excavated articles from the remains of Kamiichi-Kurokawa designated national historic spot.
Excavated articles and restored model of the trace of the Yumi-no-sho castle designated town historic spot.
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