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最終更新日:2008年8月19日 ページID:003986

Mito City Museum

Various natural, archeological, historical, and art materials of Mito City are collected, stored and displayed.

Admission Free
closed Mondays (If Monday is a national holiday,the museum will be closed the following day.)
December 28 - January 3
Opening hours 9:30 - 16:45(Last admission: 16:15)
Parking Free
Traffic Information Take the bus at No.4 - 7 bus stop at North Exit of Mito Station bound for Daikumachi,get off at Minami-machi 3 and walk for 7 minutes.Travel Time: About 10 min. Fare: 160 yen
Contact Oomachi 3-3-20 TEL: 029-226-6521(Japanese only)

Mito City Museum   

Howaen Park (Howaen)

It is believed that the name "Howaen" was given by Mitsukuni Tokugawa (Koumon-sama) who loved this temple garden. In early summer, 6,000 hydrangeas of about 30 varieties are in bloom, and "Mito's Hydrangea Festival" is held in grand style.

Admission Free
Closed None
Parking Standard Vehicles: 400 yen/hour
Small Buses: 1,000 yen/hour
Large Buses: 2,000 yen/hour
Traffic Information Take the bus from the No.7 bus stop at the North Exit of Mito Station bound for Ibadai-Watari via Sakae-cho ,and get off at Suehiro-cho 3 chome.●Travel Time: About 15 min. ●Fare: 230 yen
Contact Matusmoto-cho 13-19

Howaen Park  (Howaen)

Kaiten Shrine / Kaitenkan

Dedicated to the 1,785 warriors who died for their country after "Ansei no Taigoku (Ansei Purge)". Kaitenkan was given by Tsuruga city. On the grounds, there is a herring cellar where warriors of the Tengu Faction were caged after they surrendered, and material from the Tengu Faction and others are displayed.

Admission Free
Closed None(Kaitenkan:Monday and Friday)
Parking Standard Vehicles: 400 yen/car
Small Bus: 1,000 yen/bus
Large Bus: 2,000 yen/hour
Traffic Information Take the bus from the No.7 stop at the North Exit of Mito Station bound for Suehiro-cho get off at Suehiro-cho 3 chome ●Travel Time: About 15 min. ●Fare: 230 Yen
Contact Matsumoto-cho 13-33 TEL: 029-226-9028(Japanese only)

Kaiten Shrine / Kaitenkan    

Tokiwa Public Cemetery

The public cemetery built by Lord Mitsukuni Tokugawa (Koumon-sama) for Mito warriors in 1666. In the cemetery, the graves of Shoukoukan scholars such as Tanpaku Asaka, on whom is based the character of "Kaku-san" of "Mito Koumon", and warriors who joined "Sakuradamon-gai Incident" and "Sakashitamon-gai Incident" are lined up.

Admission Free
Closed None
Parking Standard Vehicles: 400 yen/hour
Small Buses: 1,000 yen/hour
Large Buses: 2,000 yen/hour
Traffic Information Take the bus from the No.7 bus stop at the North Exit of Mito Station bound for Ibadai-Watari via Sakae-cho ,and get off at Suehiro-cho 3 chome.●Travel Time: About 15 min.●Fare: 230 yen
place Matsumoto-cho

Tokiwa Public Cemetery   

Atago Shrine / Manyou Sarashii Forest

Atago Shrine is on Atagoyama earthen mound. It is a 136.5m long, large keyhole-shaped tomb mound believed to be built in the early 6th century, worshipped to stave off fire disasters. Sarashii is a spring west of Atagoyama, and the only monument of Manyou in the city, it appears in "Manyoushu" (The Collection of a Myriad Leaves).

Admission Free
Closed None
Traffic Information Take the bus from the No.7 bus stop at the North Exit of Mito Station bound for Ibadai-Watari via Sakae-cho ,and get off at Hakamatsuka 2 chome.●Travel Time: About 20 min. ●Fare: 300 yen
place Atago-cho

Atago Shrine / Manyou Sarashii Forest   

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