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Village History Museum of Tendo Oda (Yamagata Higashi-Murayama County Former Office)

The museum building is designated by Yamagata Prefecture as a Tangible Cultural Property as a western-style structure dating from the Meiji Period. Exhibits are centered mainly on materials related to the Tendo-Oda Domain and materials dating from around the time of the Meiji Restoration. The museum also stages various special exhibitions, such as an exhibition of Hina-ningyo dolls from the Kansai region.

Address2-4-8 Itsuka-machi, Tendo City
Opening hoursApril–October
9:30–18:00 (admission closes at 17:30)
November – March
9:30–17:00 (admission closes at 16:30)
Closed: Mondays (Tuesday or the next weekday when Monday is a public holiday or substitute holiday); Year-end/New Year (December 29 – January 3); during fumigation (early October)
FeesAdults 220 yen; High School Students 110 yen; Junior High School and Elementary School Students Free of charge
Groups (20 people or more): Adults 160 yen; High School Students 70 yen)
Holders of a physical disability certificate, mental disability certificate, or rehabilitation certificate: half-price (accompanying carer admitted free of charge)
Car parkingFree of charge Approx. 10 parking spaces
Barrier-free facilities
AccessApprox. 6 minutes by car from JR Tendo Station
Approx. 18-minute walk from JR Tendo Station

Access from Yama-dera

Approx. 23 minutes by car from Yama-dera

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Nearby site/facility information

飲食店The KOSHIKAKEAN sweetshop is located nearby.