Okutama Mizu to Midori no Fureai-kan

Travel Guide - Okutama Mizu to Midori no Fureai-kan


Mizu to Midori no Fureai-kan is a facility offering easy-to-follow explanations of Okutama's history, the importance of waters and natural sites in Okutama, the construction of Ogochi Dam and so on.
In the Okutama 3D Theater, you can watch the beautiful 3D High-vision film of Okutama.
The shop in the facility sells Okutama's local foods and items that are suitable for souvenir.

Opening Hours

  • 9:30 - 17:00


  • Wenesdays (or the following day when it falls on a national holiday)
  • December 28 - January 4

Access / Public Transport

  • 20 minutes from JR Okutama Station by the bus bound for Tanba, Kosuge or Okutama-ko. Get off at Okutama-ko Bus stop.

Address / Location

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