Itsukaichi Museum of Provincial History in Akiruno Cityあきる野市五日市郷土館(2020/5/31まで休業中)
"This area history museum is located at the Itsukaichi Keshatsusho-mae Intersection on Hinohara Highway in Akiruno City. The museum introduces how people once lived in the Itsukaichi area as well as the local culture and famous people born here. The museum also displays fossils dug up in the city. The museum's fossil of the upper jawbone of a Paleoparadoxia, an extinct aquatic mammal, was discovered in almost perfect condition and is extremely rare. One of the museum's highlights is its many old and ancient local texts, such as materials concerning the famous Itsukaichi draft constitution. Each week, the museum also holds ""touchable Saturdays"" in which visitors can touch and interact with old-fashioned folk tools and life implements such as a real stone mortar. The museum has made various efforts to make it easy for children to become interested in local history."
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- Tuesday, Wednesday, Public holiday (Wednesday is The day following if it falls on a public holiday)
- Admission Free
- Parking Lot
- Available 10spaces
- Temporary suspension:Closed until May 31, 2020 (Information as of May 7, 2020)
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