Japan Lighting MuseumJapanese Noah Akari Hakubutukan
A museum specializing in lighting fixtures that permanently displays lighting fixtures designated as important tangible folk cultural properties of the country and related materials. The history of lighting up to the time when the light was turned on is explained in a systematic and easy-to-understand manner.
|Name of facility||Japan Lighting MuseumJapanese Noah Akari Hakubutukan|
|Address||〒381-0201Kamitakai-gun Obuse Town 973|
* Shortening the opening time for the time being to support COVID-19
|closing day||Wednesday (open on holidays), New Year's holiday (Dec. 12-Jan. 29), open daily for GW, August, October and November|
|Admission fee||General 500 yen, high school and university students 400 yen, free for junior high school students and under, group discount for 20 or more (10% discount), discount for disabled people|
|Parking Lot||Takefudo main store parking lot, free for 2 hours with facility use|