Uozu Museum of History and Folklore

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"This history and folklore museum on the side of Mt. Tenjin is made of three separate facilities: the Historical and Folklore Museum, Yoshida Memorial Hometown Museum, and the Former Sawasaki Manor. Inside, they have displays of folk materials, old documents, and various things connected to the history of Uozu. Permanent exhibits include the Municipally Registered Tangible Folklore Properties ""Ogawa-ji Temple Lion Dance Lion Head and Mask,"" and ""Farming and Fishing Equipment Used From the Meiji Period Through 1986"", as well as the Municipally Registered Tangible Cultural Properties ""Edo Period Helmet & Armor, Horse Insignia, Spear, Bulletin Board, Etc."""

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Toyama Uozu-shi Ogawaji Tenjin'yama 1070 map map Map
10:00-16:30 (admission until 16:00)
Monday (next weekday if Monday is National Closed)
[Admission fee]Free
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Available(Large-sized vehiclesNot available)

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