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  • Japan Ukiyo-e Museum

  • 2017/09/01

  • Michelin Guide – 2 Stars

     

    The Ukiyo-e Museum originated from a collection of works held in the Edo Period by the local wealthy merchant and trading business Sakai family. A number of works collected over a period of 200 years are on display.

     

    It is close to the Matsumoto highway interchange, somewhat distant from the city center, but tourists do not fail to visit to see the magnificent collection.

     

    Hours: 10:00 ~ 17:00 (Last entrance 16:30)

    Holidays: Monday (the day after Monday when Monday is a public holiday)

    New Year’s

     

    Entrance: Regular fee 1,000 Yen

    Junior High, High School and University Students 500 Yen

    Elementary School age and under – Free

     

    * The following are eligible for a 100 Yen discount

    * Groups of 20 or over, handicapped individuals, seniors (60 or older)

    * Visitors of the nearby Rekishi No Sato (History Museum) – Must present Rekishi No Sato entrance ticket.