Fujii Folk Museum
This storehouse, built entirely with Japanese cypress in the Edo Manryu style, houses a collection of 2,500 historical art and craft items amassed by Dr. Fujii, who resided in Takayama. Of particular interest are a set of Hina dolls (for the March doll festival) made over 270 years ago (in the early 18th century) known as the Kyoho Hina, and scrolls painted by artists such as Taikan Yokoyama and the monk Ikkyu.
69 Kamisannomachi, Takayama City
- Business Hours
9a.m. to 5p.m.
Closed: December 31 & January 1
(Irregular days in winter)
700 yen per adult, 350 yen per elementary or junior high school student
Group (30 or more people):
560 yen per adult, 280 yen per elementary or junior high school student
12 minute walk from JR Takayama Station.