Chakkirako Misaki Showa-kan

Travel Guide - Chakkirako Misaki Showa-kan

Information

Chakkirako Misaki Showa-kan is a museum-style old house which has all the rooms preserved as people lived in the Showa Period (1925 - 1986) including the books, toys, and film posters at that time.
In this facility, visitors can step into the scene of Showa Period and feel the nostalgia that Japanese people get.

The facility also exhibits the items related to Chakkirako folk dance, which is designated as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Opening Hours

  • 10:00 - 16:00

Closed

  • Wednesdays

Access / Public Transport

  • 14 minutes from Misakiguchi Station (KK72) on Keikyu Kurihama Line by the bus bound for Misaki-ko. Get off at Misaki-ko Bus stop.

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