Geihoku Folklore Museum

Kogen no Shizenkan

Miwa Folk Museum

Kori Yakushi Treasure House & Chiyoda History and Folklore Museum

Kawahigashi Hayashida Implements Warehouse

Museum of Geihoku Folk Performing Arts and Folklore

Oasa Local Archive Room

Mantokuin Ruins Historical Park

Toyohira Medieval Iron-Making Ruins

Sengoku no Niwa History Museum

Geihoku Folklore Museum

This museum houses and exhibits living ware unearthed around 1960 from the Tarutoko settlement and its surrounding area sunken during construction of the dam at Lake Hijiri.

A “chumon-zukuri” style private house relocated from submerged land stands nearby.


 ◆Notice of temporary closing◆

Along with dismantling and repair work of the annexed old Japanese-style house, the museum is closed from September 1, 2013 to April 25, 2017 when work is scheduled for completion.

The museum is closed to the public until further notice. We thank you for your understanding and apologize for the inconvenience.


9:00 am to 4:30 pm


Mondays, Tuesdays, December to April (Closed in winter.)

[Admission fee]

Adults: 300 yen (200 yen for groups).

High school students: 100 yen (50 yen for groups).

Junior high school students and under: Free

* Fees shown in parentheses for groups comprising 10 people or more

Visitors under the following categories not subject to admission fees with identification cards or advance application.

<With ID>
• Foreign students studying at universities and graduate schools in Hiroshima prefecture
• Visitors with a disability card and caregivers

≪Advance application  * Contact the education board for an advance application form.≫
• Teachers of elementary school and junior high school students on school field trips
• High school students visiting the museum on school field trips
• Researchers of cultural properties
• Education board head approved exemptions


Nishi-Yawatabara, Kitahiroshima-cho, Yamagata-gun, Hiroshima  731-2552

 050-5812−1864 (Culture Promotion Office, Lifelong Learning Sect., Board of Education)

Approx. 45 min.from Togochi Interchange, Chugoku Expressway