Located next to the Kikko Park, this museum is a large and private museum that has a wide collection of objects and materials related to the samurai.
According to the official website of the museum, the purpose of establishing it was to show the visitors the Japanese traditional culture and the Spirit.
The collection category of the museum includes 'Life and Death Culture" mainly about samurai and "Cultures of Life". There is also a special exhibition that introduce the art piece of Iwakuni Art Museum that represent four seasons.
In general, the museum's collection include glassware, samurai armor, ceramics, and the furniture of Iwakuni's feudal lords.
From JR Shin-Iwakuni Station, ride a bus bound to the museum. It may take 10 to 15 minutes.
The museum opens at 9:00 to 17:00 and until 16:00 only from December to February
It is closed on Thursdays or Friday if Thursday falls on a national holiday
Admission fee is 800 Yen.
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