Immerse Yourself in Art and History: Unveiling Tokyo's Museum at the Imperial Palace - Treasures of the Imperial Family at Sannomaru Shozokan

Miraikan that connects life

Japan, 4-901-2 Unosumaicho, Kamaishi City, Iwate Prefecture 026-0301

A facility that conveys the events and lessons learned from the earthquake and promotes disaster prevention learning to protect future lives from disasters. Various disaster prevention programs ・Local experience program ① Experiencing evacuation routes ② Tour of Kamaishi Unosumai Reconstruction Stadium 3. Floodgate/Tide embankment tour & disaster storyteller ・Online storyteller ・Remote class ・In-house storyteller ・Disaster prevention workshop ・Free guide inside the museum Opening hours 9:30-17:30 Winter (November-February) 9:30-17:00 Closed every Wednesday, year-end and New Year holidays Admission free

Business Time
  • Monday:  9:30~17:30
  • Tuesday:  9:30~17:30
  • Wednesday:  Close
  • Thursday:  9:30~17:30
  • Friday:  9:30~17:30
  • Saturday:  9:30~17:30
  • Sunday:  9:30~17:30
Telephone number 0193-27-5666
Website https://unosumai-tomosu.jp/tsunami-memorial-hall/
Access
  • By train: 1 minute from Sanriku Railway Rias Line Unosumai Station By bus: 1 minute from the bus stop in front of Unosumai Station By car: 4 minutes by car from the Kamaishi Kita IC on the Sanriku Expressway toward Kamaishi There is a parking lot. Large buses are also parked.
Wi-Fi Yes
Language 日本語
Last Update : 2023.04.13   Kamaishi DMC Co., Ltd.

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