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Iwate Prefectural Museum

It is a general museum that opened in October 1975 (1980) in commemoration of the prefecture system of Iwate Prefecture.
Materials such as geology, archeology, history, folklore, organisms from the geological age to the present age are displayed, so that you can understand the nature and culture of Iwate Prefecture. The former Sasaki house (curvature house) and the old Fujino house (Naoya) of important cultural property are relocated outdoors.

location Morioka City Ueda Character Matsuyashiki 34
phone number 019-661-2831
Opening time 9: 00-16: 30
(Until 16:00)
closing day Every Monday (in the case of public holidays etc. the next day)
9 / 9-9 / 10
12 / 28-1 / 4
Admission fee General 300 yen Student 140 yen

Morioka City Central Public Hall

"Sateukaku, which transferred and preserved" the time of the day "in the case of the Meiji emperor Yukiyuki, in addition to the merchant house of the important cultural property, the former Nakamura family's house (Itaiya or Itoji) , "Ehime" of the former residence (the Auntie's Uncle Kasama Tadakazu's house), who was a late haiku Ao Yamaguchi who spent his childhood, and a villa of the common people Aoihara respected "Keisu-so" "Hiroshi Aoi" has been relocated.

location 14-1 Ehimecho Morioka City
phone number 019-654-5366
Opening time 9: 00-21: 00
(Sunday 9: 00-17: 00)
But library room, native district document exhibition room
9: 00-16: 30
closing day Every Monday and national holidays (when a holiday falls on a Monday,
The next day)
12 / 29-1 / 3
Admission fee free

Yado town historical folk museum

The Tokutan castle ruins, which have been designated as historical sites in the country and are being maintained as historical parks, are the last fence castles built by the Conqueror General's Bunjo Cotton Maro as a forefront base of the Shinpei settlement around 813. There are a historical folk museum that displays things excavated from the town, such as the Kashiwamori burial mound group, and a southern bent house that displays old agricultural tools and so on.

location Yado town Oiji Nishi Tokuda 3-188-2
phone number 019-697-3704
Opening time
closing day
Admission fee Adult 150 yen Child, student 50 yen

Shizukuishi-cho History Folklore Museum

Located on the lakeside of Gosho, there are exhibits of indigenous materials, agricultural tools and living tools, as well as bent roofs with a thatched roof and pit dwellings. We have free access to the curb for free of water, electricity and firewood. Various meetings are possible as a place of gatherings of family and friends.

location Shizukuishi-cho Xi'aniwa 15th district, a division of Shimohaseike 39-7
phone number 019-692-3942
Opening time 9: 00-16: 00
closing day Every Thursday at the end of the year
Admission fee free

Ishikawa Tochigi Memorial Hall

Tochigi lived temporarily in the site.The Shifuminzu High School, which took the Saito family and teachers, has been relocated and it will convey the atmosphere of that time.
In addition, bronze statues of Prof. Tochigi and the children and the male figure of Iwate Mountain welcome the visitors.

location Morioka City Tamayama-ku Shibumin Shibumin 9
phone number 019-683-2315
Opening time April-October 9:00-17:00
November-March 9: 00-16: 30
closing day 12 / 28-1 / 3
Monday of 11 to March
Admission fee Adult 450 yen College student, high school student 320 yen Junior high school student, elementary school student 200 yen

Michinoku Folk Village

The village of about 70,000 square meters consisting of valleys and hilly areas is comprised of a folk village introduction zone, a southern Date territory zone, a Kitakami River basin old folk house zone, Jomon period and an ancient ruins zone, and 29 old folk houses and other The building has been relocated and restored.

location Kitakami City Flower 14-59
phone number 0197-64-1756
Opening time 9: 00-17: 00 (until 16:30)
closing day Every Monday (in the case of public holidays etc. the next day)
12 / 28-1 / 4
Admission fee General 300 yen High school students 200 yen Small, junior high school students 150 yen

Samurai Housing Data Center

There is a Goto Shinpei old house and a Uchida family old house, and with the theme of "Discover / Castle Town Mizusawa" at the Takeya Housing Material Center, including a map showing the cityscape of Mizusawa Castle under the Edo period and the present at a glance, firearms, guns, firearms, etc. We display materials of Machiya including weapon of the world, grid square and abacus.

location Oshu-shi Mizusawa-ku Yoshikoji 43
phone number 0197-23-2768
Opening time 9: 00-16: 30
closing day every Monday
12 / 29-1 / 3
Admission fee free

Tono hometown village

Now we are reminiscent of nostalgic villages, relocating the bent houses created from the middle of the Edo period to the middle of the Meiji period, which are now less visible. There is a water wheel, a stream is flowing, there is a field, and it looks like you are looking at the original scenery of Tono. In this village, an instructor called Mabitto (guard person) will teach you about farming experience, bamboo work, straw work, and so on. More than 20 kinds of experiences are prepared, and many are used for school trips. Experience the nostalgic life of Tonogo.

location Tono City, Tsubame Beef Town, Kami-Buchi Beef 5--89-1
phone number 0198-64-2300
Opening time 9: 00-17: 00 (until 16:00 in Imura)
closing day 12 / 29-1-2
Admission fee General 520 yen Junior high school student or less 310 yen

Tradition garden

While trying to reproduce the life style of the farmers in Tono district, we arranged a garden consisting of plants that appear in southern bent houses, large and small barns and storages, tsurube wells, water mills and plants of Tono Monogatari, which are important cultural properties of the country. Did.
In the park, there are lore events by the locals, old-fashioned, folk craft making and demonstrations, etc., and general experience is possible. In addition, the memorial hall of Kiyoshi Sasaki exhibits detailed materials about Tono Story.
In addition, Oji Shindo exhibits 1,000 Oshirasama known for the love story of a horse and a daughter, and you can experience the Oshirasama dressing with a wish.

location Tono-shi, Tonosho-cho, Tochi-cho
phone number 0198-62-8655
Opening time 9: 00-16: 30
closing day End of the New Year
Admission fee General 310 yen Child, student 210 yen

Kesen Carpenter Sutra

The Kesen Carpenter's Left-Handed History Museum was built to pass on the superior construction techniques of the Kesen carpenter's plasterer to future generations.
Assuming a private house in the Kesen area in the early Meiji era, all materials used local materials such as Kesen cedar according to the architectural style at that time.
The main house is a wooden one-story building, with large black pillars and glutinous beams made of thick material, and the thick cabin and spacious room layout reflect the people's lives when they live.

location Ryouzen Takada City Koyucho Komari 1-237
In the citizen's forest
phone number 0192-56-2911
Opening time 9: 00-16: 00
closing day Every Wednesday (the next day for holidays)
12 / 29-1 / 3
Admission fee Adult 300 yen