Hachinohe City Museum in Takashokoji Area
Hachinohe City Museum Guide
About Hachinohe City Museum
Hachinohe City Museum is located in the Takashokoji area of Hachinohe, Aomori, Japan. It is a museum that showcases the history and culture of Hachinohe and the surrounding area. The museum has a large collection of artifacts, documents, and photographs that tell the story of Hachinohe and its people.
The museum has several permanent exhibits, including:
- History of Hachinohe: This exhibit explores the history of Hachinohe from ancient times to the present day.
- Traditional Crafts: This exhibit showcases the traditional crafts of Hachinohe, including lacquerware, textiles, and ceramics.
- Nature of Hachinohe: This exhibit highlights the natural beauty of Hachinohe and its surrounding area, including the sea, mountains, and forests.
- Archaeology: This exhibit features artifacts from archaeological sites in Hachinohe and the surrounding area.
In addition to the permanent exhibits, the museum also has special exhibits throughout the year. These exhibits showcase different aspects of Hachinohe's history and culture, and often feature interactive displays and events.
The museum is open from 9am to 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Admission is 300 yen for adults, and 150 yen for children. The museum is closed on Mondays, and on the following days: New Year's Day, January 2nd, and December 29th to 31st.
The museum is located at the following address:
〒031-0061 Aomori-ken, Hachinohe-shi, Takashokoji, 1 Chome−2−1
The approximate latitude and longitude of the museum is 40.5108° N, 141.4857° E.
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