Museum of Noh Artifacts, Sasayama
The purpose of establishing this museum is to collect and study valuable items such as Noh masks, costumes, and musical instruments from the Middle Ages to the early modern period, as well as materials and documents handed down from the Edo period in Sasayama region. The museum creates a mystical and profundity atmosphere and exhibits the collection from the perspective of arts and crafts. As a permanent exhibition hall of Noh play culture, this museum has become a base for traditional performing arts and is attracting attention from both inside and outside of Japan.
|Address||175 Kawaramachi, Tambasasayama City, Hyogo|
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|Opening hours||9: 00 am – 5: 00 pm|
|＊Remarks||Admission is until 4:45 pm|
|*Remarks||If Monday is a national holiday, the following Tuesday is closed.
Closed from July 1st to August 31, and December 25th to February28.
Sightseeing spot information
|Admission Fee||Adults 700 yen
University / high school students 400 yen
Junior high school / elementary school students 200 yen
Common ticket with Kotoukan (Old Tamba Pottery museum)
Adults 1000 yen
|＊Remarks||Discount available for person who has the Physical disability
certificate, Medical rehabilitation handbook, or Mental
disability certificate: Adults 500 yen, University/ high school
students 300 yen, Junior high school/ elementary school
Common ticket with Tamba Kotoukan for Adults 800
yen, University/high school students 300 yen, Junior high
school/elementary school students 200 yen.
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