Hida Archaeology Museum

Page Number T4000174  Updated on  March 19, 2018  Print

Hida Archaeology Museum (photo)

This was the residence of the physician to the daimyo, employed by the Kanamori family, the lords of Takayama castle. In this samurai residence-styled building from the civil war period (around the 16th century), you can see features such as a suspended ceiling, a concealed entrance and a hidden tunnel that leads to a well. Historical and archaeological artefacts from the Hida area are displayed in the storehouse.

Address

82 Kamisannomachi, Takayama City

Contact

TEL: +81-577-32-1980
FAX: +81-577-34-1980

Business Hours

March to October: 9a.m. to 5p.m.
November to February: 10a.m. to 4p.m.
Open all year round

Admission

500 yen per adult, 300 yen per junior or senior high school student, 200 yen per elementary school student
Group (30 or more people):
450 yen per adult, 250 yen
per junior or senior high school student, 150 yen
per elementary school student

Access

12 minute walk from JR Takayama Station.

Map

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