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Update:March 10, 2012

Sights & Activities

Nagatomi Family Residence/Shukei-en

A nationally designated Important Cultural Property. In the Edo Period (1603-1868) it was one of the leading wealthy farms in the Tatsuno Domain.

Place

337 Shinzaike, Ibogawa-cho

Phone

0791-72-4323

Opening Hours

10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Closed

Every Monday(when national holiday, next day),
year-end through New Year holidays

Admission Fee

High school student and older 300 yen, Junior high school 250 yen,
Elementary school student 200 yen

Usukuchi(Light colored)Tathuno Soy Sauce Museum

The museum displays soy sauce making tools and apparatus that were used up until the early Showa Period (1926-1989), such as drainage pipes and barrels, the room used for growing fungi and also records and documents.

Place

54-1 Tatsunocho-ote

Phone

0791-63-4573

Opening Hours

9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Closed

Every Monday/year-end through New Year holidays

Admission Fee

10 yen

Kajokan/Yano Kanji Memorial Museum

The museum displays the works and materials related to the contemporary cultural figures Miki Rofu, Utsumi Nobuyuki, Yano Kanji and Miki Kiyoshi, who all came from Tatsuno.

Place

33 Kamikajo, Tatsuno-cho

Phone

0791-63-2900

Opening Hours

9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (enter before 4:30 p.m.)

Closed

Every Monday/year-end through New Year holidays

Admission Fee

Adult 200 yen, child(junior high school/elementary)100 yen

Somen-no-Sato Ibonoito Museum

Here you can learn the history of the local tenobe (hand-stretched) somen noodles “Ibonoito” and enjoy tasting them

Place

56 Kamiokacho-okumura

Phone

0791-65-9000

Opening Hours

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed

 Every Monday

(when national holiday, next day),
year-end through New Year holidays

Admission Fee

Adult 300 yen/Junior high school and High school student 200 yen/child 100 yen

32 Michi-no-eki Shingu(Road Station)

A rest facility along Route 179. It has a products hall, a restaurant and an open-air market.

Place

99-2 Shingucho-hirano

Phone

0791-75-0548

Closed

Every Tuesday/year-end through New Year holidays

Shinmaiko Beach

The waves are quiet and you can see out across the islands of the Seto Inland Sea from Kansai’s most famous shallow beach.

Place

Mitsucho-kurosaki

Phone

079-322-0424(Shinmaiko Sightseeing Cooperative)

Period

July 1st to August 31st

Shinmaiko Clam Hunting

You can enjoy hunting for a variety of clams including common orient clams, razor clams and short-neck clams.

Phone

079-322-0424(Shinmaiko Sightseeing Cooperative)

Period

April 1st to June 30th

Admission Fee

Adult 1,300 yen / Elementary school student 800yen

 / Infant 400 yen

Murotsu Museum of Folklore

Designated as an Important Cultural Property by the prefecture. Now a museum, the building used to be a wealthy marine product wholesalers called Uoya.

Place

306 Mitsucho-murotsu

Phone

079-324-0650

Opening Hours

9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed

 Every Monday (except national holidays),

The next day of national holidays (except Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays)

year-end through New Year holidays, End of the month

Admission Fee

High school student and older 200 yen, elementary school and junior high school student 100 yen.

Plum Museum Jinbaikan

 

The museum is located in the World Plum Park and has an exhibition room on the first floor and a café and observation room on the second floor.

Place

1858-4 Mitsucho-kurosaki

Phone

079-322-4100

Opening Hours

9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m

Closed

Every Monday(except national holidays, viewing Japanese plum season), year-end through New Year holidays

Admission Fee

2/11 to 3/25: High school student and older 400yen, Elementary school and junior high school student 200 yen.
Except noted dates: free.

Tatsuno City Museum of History and Culture

The museum exhibits materials showing the history of the Tatsuno city area and the towns along the Ibo River from ancient times to the present day.

Place

128-3Tatsunocho-kamikajo

Phone

0791-63-0907

Opening Hours

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.(enter before 4:30 p.m.)

Closed

Every Monday, The next day of national holidays, end of the month, year-end through New Year holidays.

Admission Fee

Adult 200 yen,
Students of Elementary school, Junior high school, High school, and university 100 yen,
Over 65 years old 100 yen.

Murotsu Museum of Sea Port

Designated as an Important Cultural Property by the city, the building used to be a shipping agency in the Edo Period (1603-1868).

Place

457 Murotsu Mitsu-cho

Phone

079-324-0595

Opening Hours

9:30 - 17:00

Closed

Every Monday (except national holidays),
The next day of national holiday (except Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays), year-end through New Year holidays, end of the month.

Admission Fee

High school student and older 200 yen, Elementary and Junior high school student 100 yen.