Located in Omiya Park, which is also around the Omiya Bonsai Village, the Saitama Prefectural Museum of History and Folklore is among Saitama's most important establishments. The museum does a good job of capturing and recounting the nation's key historical events, especially Saitama and the Greater Tokyo area.
Along with a wide collection of artifacts from the Jomon Period, they also have tons of paintings, items, and natioinal treasures, all of which are key pieces from various events in the past.
It's 600 meters southwest of Omiyakoen Station (Tobu Noda Line).
It is opened from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (During July and August, it extends to 5pm).
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