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最終更新日:2008年8月19日 ページID:003982

Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of History

A collection of stores and a display of historical data of Ibaraki prefecture. In 1881, Mitsukaido Elementary School was constructed; and for that purpose a water mill, among other buildings, were removed and/or reconstructed elsewhere. The Hitotsubashi-Tokugawa Family Memorial Room contains and displays items related to Lord Yoshinobu and is within museum confines.

Admission Adults: 150 yen (Groups over 20 people: 120 yen/person)
High School - University Students: 80 yen (Groups over 20 people: 60 yen/person)
Closed Monday (If Monday is a national holiday,the museum will be closed the following day.)
Opening hours 9:30 - 17:00
Parking Free (For large size buses there are also parking areas available)
Traffic Information Take the bus from the No.4 bus stop at the North Exit of Mito Station bound for Kairakuen and get off at Midori-cho Rekishikanmae.Or get on the bus via the Rekishikan-Kairakuen Iriguchi,and get off at the Rekishikan-Kairakuen Iriguchi.Travel Time: About 15 min. Fare: 230 yen
Contact Midori-cho 2-1-15 TEL: 029-225-4425(Japanese only)

Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of History

Kodokan

Japan's largest regional school built by Lord Nariaki Tokugawa in 1841. Lord Yoshinobu also received special education here from the age of 5 years old. 800 plum
trees of 60 varieties are planted on the property, and their beautiful flowers with their refreshing fragrance can be enjoyed from the end of February to the end of March.

Admission High School Students and Adults: 190 yen (Groups over 20 people: 150 yen/person)
Elementary - Junior High School Students: 100 yen(Groups over 20 people: 80 yen/person)
Closed December 29 - 31
Opening hours 9:00 - 17:00(March - September)
9:00 - 16:30(October - February)
Parking Free (For large size buses there are also parking areas available)
Traffic Information A 10 minute walk from Mito Station
Contact Sannomaru1-6 TEL: 029-231-4725(Japanese only)

Kodokan

The Birthplace of Gikou

Kohmon-sama (Lord Mitsukuni Tokugawa, Gikou) was born in the house of Nihee-yukitsugu Miki, a samurai retainer, in 1628, and raised there as the son of the Miki family until the age of 4. Today, Mito Kohmon Shrine stands on this land.

Admission Free
Closed None
Parking None
Traffic Information A 10 minute walk from Mito Station

The Birthplace of Gikou

Toshogu Shrine

Built as a shrine dedicated to Ieyasu, by the First Regional Lord, Yorifusa. Today, it is also dedicated to Yorifusa. Copper lanterns and other objects dedicated by Lord Yorifusa can still be seen on the grounds.

Admission Free
Closed None
Parking Free
Traffic Information A 10 minute walk from Mito Station
Contact Miyamachi 2-5-13 TEL: 029-221-3784(Japanese only)

Toshogu Shrine

Art Tower Mito

New art culture is created at the concert hall with ATM (music), ACM Theater (Plays) , Modern Art Gallery (Art), focusing on independent projects by private orchestral and theatrical companies.
There are museum shops and restaraunts in the facility, and the city can be viewed from a 100m tall tower.

Admission Tower・・・ Adults: 200 yen,Elementary - Junior High School Students: 100 yen
Museum Tour・・・Adults: 500 yen,Elementary - Junior High School Students: 400 yen
closed Mondays (If Monday is national holiday,the museum will be closed the following day.)
December 29 - January 3
Opening hours 9:30 - 18:00 (If an exhibition is held in the gallery,viewing is extended)
Parking Standard Vehicles: 100 yen for 30 min. (For large size buses there are also parking areas available.)
Traffic Information Take the bus at No.4 - 7 bus stop at North Exit of Mito Station bound for Daikumachi,get off at Izumi-cho 1 chome ●Travel Time: About 10 min. ●Fare:160 yen
Contact Goken-cho 1-6-8 TEL: 029-227-8111(Japanese only)

Art Tower Mito

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〒310-8610 茨城県水戸市三の丸1-5-48 三の丸臨時庁舎3階
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