Last updated: December 20, 2019

Tango Prefectural Folk Museum

A prefectural museum that stores, researches and displays information concerning the history, art, archeology, and folklore of northern Kyoto Prefecture.

We now have a total of over 100,000 documents and items in our museum.

We have both permanent displays related to the history and culture of the Tango area as well as special temporary themed exhibits.

The remains of Tango Kokubunji Temple and the historical Old Nagashima Family House have also been restored and relocated to this site.  The view of Amanohashidate from this spot is one you won`t want to miss!

For more information,

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Spot Name Tango Prefectural Folk Museum
Address 611-1 Tennnouzan, Kokubun, Miyazu, Kyoto [ Map ]
Opening Hours 9 am-4:30 pm
Regular Holiday Holidays Mondays (If Monday is a national holiday we will be open and the following day (Tuesday) will be our alternate weekly holiday) & New Year`s(Dec. 28th- January 4th)

Usage Fee Entrance Fee Regular Display Adults 200 yen (Large Groups 150 yen) Children 50 yen (Large Groups 40 yen)
Special Displays Adults 250 yen(Large Groups 200 yen)Children 70 yen(Large Groups 50 yen)
※”Children” includes both elementary and junior high school students
※A group must consist of 20 members or more to be considered a “Large Group”
※Visitors over 65 or visitors with disabilities(accompanying caretaker is also free) are free if they provide documented proof upon entrance
 Elementary or Junior High Schools that visit the facility as a class activity are also admitted for free
Reference Tango Prefectural Folk Museum

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611-1 Tennnouzan, Kokubun, Miyazu, Kyoto
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Access 22 minutes by bus from Kyoto Tango Railways Amanohashidate Station (Get off at "Tango Kyoudo Shiryoukan" Bus Stop
Or. 10 minutes by car from Yoza Amanohashidate IC
Parking Free Parking Available
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