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MAGCUL マグカル

MAGCUL(MAGNET+CULTURE)
the media for art, culture and events in Kanagawa prefecture.
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川崎市立日本民家園
  • Nihon Minka-en, Kawasaki / Japan Open-air Folk House Museum
  • Nihon Minka-en, Kawasaki / Japan Open-air Folk House Museum
  • Nihon Minka-en, Kawasaki / Japan Open-air Folk House Museum
  • Nihon Minka-en, Kawasaki / Japan Open-air Folk House Museum

This open-air museum hosts a collection of 25 traditional buildings, mostly from the Edo period (1603 - 1868). They were relocated to the museum from around the country. Every building has been designated a Cultural Property, and they house displays of agricultural equipment and folk tools used in the home. You'll feel you've slipped back in time while enjoying the seasons, including springtime cheery blossoms and autumn leaves. The folk houses host storytelling, performing arts, and lots of other events, as well as a variety of hands-on programs. You can learn about the buildings at an exhibition in the main hall, where they hold planned exhibits too. Their Traditional Craft Hall is open for everyone to experience old-fashioned indigo dyeing.

  • Address
    7-1-1 Masugata, Tama-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • TEL
    044-922-2181
  • Business Hour
    March-October 9:30-17:00 / November-February 9:30-16:30 Closed: Mondays (open on public holidays), the next day of public holidays (open on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays) ), year-end and New Year holidays (12/29-1/3), temporary holidays
  • Parking Area
    140 (Ikuta Ryokuchi East Exit Parking Lot)
  • Reserve
    Reservations are required for groups (20 people or more). Reservation recommended for indigo dyeing experience.
  • Average Usage
    [Entrance fee] 500 yen for general, 300 yen for high school students/university students/ages 65 and over (both require certificate), junior high school students and under/Kawasaki city resident for ages 65+ free (certificate required) *Group fee available

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