|Opening time||8:30-16:30 (April 1-December 15)|
|closing day||New Year
(Dec. 28-Jan. 3)
General 350 yen (300 yen)
University, high school 250 yen (200 yen)
Small and middle school students 150 yen (100 yen)
※ () is a group of 20 people or more (per person)
Hanamaki City Ota 3-85-1
|contact information||Tel: 0198-28-3012|
|transportation||Car: 13 km from Tohoku Main Line Hanamaki Station, 18.5 km from Tohoku Shinkansen Shin Hanamaki Station
11 km from Tohoku Expressway Hanamaki Minami IC
Bus: From Tohoku Main Line Hanamaki Station to Iwate Prefectural Transportation "Takamura Sanso" (about 35 minutes), get off at the end point, 5 minutes on foot.
|home page||Kotaro Takamura Memorial | Hanamaki City|
Kotaro Takamura evacuates on the basis of his younger brother Kiyoshi Roku of Miyazawa Kenji in May 1955 in order to escape the war from Tokyo, but he migrates to Ota in the suburbs of Hanamaki after the end of the war, but the hut is "Takamura Sanso" . At the "Kotaro Takamura Memorial Museum" on the same site, besides the sculptures, books and poems produced by Kotaro, there are also items for daily use that were used at the time of living in Hanamaki.