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Opening time 8:30 to 16:30
closing day Every Monday (the next day for holidays)
New Year
cost ▼ Single entrance fee General 300 yen (250 yen)
Small and middle school students 150 yen (100 yen)
※ (20 or more) group rate ▼ common admission fee
(Kenji Miyazawa Memorial Museum, Kenji Miyazawa's school, Kenji's school, Hanamaki Nitobe Memorial Museum, Hanamaki City Museum)
General: Common room for two buildings 550 yen / common room 800 yen / common room 1,000 yen High university student: Common space for two buildings 350 yen / common room 550 yen / common room 650 yen Elementary and junior high school students: common room 200 yen / three halls Common 300 yen / common to the library 400 yen
location 〒 025-0014
Hanamaki City Takamatsu 9-21
contact information Tel: 0198-31-2120
transportation Bus: From the Tohoku Shinkansen Shin-Hanamaki Station, get off at the Shintobo Memorial Hall for Iwate Traffic "Ito-Yokado Via Hanamaki Station".
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It is built on the ground where the ancestors of Dr. Inazo Nitobe (portrait of 5,000 yen bill) lived for 220 years. The predecessors of Hanamaki are also introduced, focusing on Mr. Nitobe. The permanent exhibition room consists of six sections: Warlords, Faith, Technicians, Development of Nitta, Supporting People, Inazo and Hanamaki, and about 200 points such as armor, swords and scissors, and Q & A corner using a screen and PC. For example, you can get familiar with the history of Nitobe and Hanamaki.