A museum located at the entrance of Joyama Historic Forest.
They exhibit various materials related to post stations, transportation, life of farmers and towners, Mt. Ontake worship, and lacquerware industries from the Edo period. You can also see a local house brought over to exhibit together with the daily commodities.
You can enjoy hiking or see Kozenji temple after the museum.
open hours: 10:00~16:00
May ~ July: weekends only (open on holidays)
August ~ October: everyday except Thursday
November ~ April: please ask
admission: adult 300 yen (over highschool), child 150 yen
(ask for group discount)
address: 5823-8 Fukushima, Kiso-machi, Kiso-gun, Nagano
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