Gero Museum of History and Folklore in Gero Area
Gero Museum of History and Folklore
The Gero Museum of History and Folklore is located in the Gero area of Gifu, Gifu, Japan. Its approximate latitude and longitude is 35.7994° N, 137.2356° E.
About the Museum
The Gero Museum of History and Folklore was opened in 1985 and is dedicated to preserving and promoting the history and culture of the Gero area. The museum is housed in a traditional Japanese building with a thatched roof and features exhibits on the area's history, folklore, and traditional crafts.
The museum's exhibits include:
- Artifacts from the Jomon period, including pottery and stone tools
- Displays on the area's history, including the Edo period and the Meiji Restoration
- Exhibits on traditional crafts such as pottery, lacquerware, and weaving
- Displays on local festivals and folklore, including the Gero Onsen Festival
Visiting the Museum
The Gero Museum of History and Folklore is open from 9am to 5pm every day except for Mondays and holidays. Admission is 300 yen for adults and 150 yen for children. The museum is easily accessible by public transportation, with a bus stop located nearby.