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Satoshi Ikezawa Circuit-no-Ookami Museum (池沢早人師・サーキットの狼ミュージアム)

Museum / Science Museum

"A museum located 15 minutes from the Itako interchange on the Higashi-Kanto Expressway. The museum was opened to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Satoshi Ikezawa's career as a manga (comic) artist. Izekawa created ""The Circuit Wolf,"" a comic which caused an explosion of interest in supercars, and this museum was created based on the artist's desire to give children hope and dreams, and to contribute to the development of car culture. The museum displays supercars created by companies known even to non-car aficionados, including Ferrari, Lamborghini, BMW, and Porsche. In the museum's library, visitors can view a huge collection of car-related manga and magazines."

place

Ibaraki Pref. Kamisushi Ikisu 1127-26 (Kasumigaura / Tsuchiura / KashimaArea)

phone 0299955550
place

10:00-16:00 (admission until 15:30)

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Address
Ibaraki Pref. Kamisushi Ikisu 1127-26 [map]
Area
Kasumigaura / Tsuchiura / KashimaArea
Phone
0299955550
Hours
10:00-16:00 (admission until 15:30)
Closed
Weekday, New Year's Holiday(12/28-1/3)
Fees
[Admission fee]
[Adult] 800yen
[Elementary School Students-High School Students] 400yen
Note
Temporary closure:Currently closed (information as of August 3, 2020)
*Information may be changed, so please be sure to check the official information.
Notification
Temporary closure:Closed for the time being (according to 2020/10/26)
* Information may have changed, so please be sure to check the official information.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Just a stone's throw from Tokyo, Ibaraki is a coastal prefecture that has mastered juxtapositions, where old shrines meet new scientific discoveries and traditional gardens are frequented by the inventors of some of the newest technology. Head to Mito City's Kairakuen - one of Japan's Three Great Gardens - in spring to experience the cellestial blooming of fantastic cherry blossoms at the annual sakura festival.