Kemari MuseumKemari bijutsukan
There are 2000 pieces of materials, including kamari costumes, shoes, balls, and ancient documents that have been handed down to the Izawa family since the Edo period. In addition, the first Kemari Dojo in Japan will be built next to the Kemari Art Museum, so those who wish can experience Kemari at the Kemari Dojo.
|Name of facility||Kemari MuseumKemari bijutsukan|
|Address||〒386-1545Ueda City Kodo 533|
|Opening Hours||10: 00- * Reservation required by phone|
|closing day||Reservation system|
|Admission fee||500 yen for adults, children free|
|Parking Lot||20 cars|