Karuizawa Town History and Folklore MuseumKaruizawa Machireximin
The museum displays materials related to the cultural history of the road, such as pottery from the Jomon period and the history of the post town on the Nakasendo Road, as well as materials introducing the development of a villa area after the Meiji era, as well as daily life tools that supported the lifestyles of high-cooled areas. Chinese porcelain from the late Saburo Yoshizawa's collection is also on display, and there is a monument to Suikoura Midori who was relocated from the mountain cottage of Naka Karuizawa in the yard near the entrance.
|Name of facility||Karuizawa Town History and Folklore MuseumKaruizawa Machireximin|
|Address||〒389-01112112-101 Nagakura, Karuizawa Town, Kitasaku-gun|
|Opening Hours||9: 00-17: 00 (Admission until 16:30)|
|closing day||Open Mondays (open on holidays), Winter (November 11-March 16), July 3-October 31|
|Admission fee||Common ticket [Karuizawa Town History and Folklore Museum, Former Konoe Bunmaru Villa (Ichimura Memorial Hall)]: General (university students and above) 400 yen, elementary / middle / high school students 200 yen, 20 or more group discounts (general 300 yen, small / (150 yen for junior high and high school students), Karuizawa Town Cultural facility 6 buildings have a common ticket, and those who have a physical disability certificate, nursing certificate, mental disability health and welfare certificate and their attendants (1 person) are exempted by presenting the certificate|
|Parking Lot||Normal 20 units / Large 3 units|