Industrial Tourism in Japan
THE OSAMU TEZUKA MANGA MUSEUM
The city of Takarazuka was Osamu Tezuka’s home for nearly 20 years, from the age of 5 to 24. At the museum, 700 of the artists published works and an introduction of his life journey can be seen. Guests may also visit a memorial dedicated to Mr. Tezuka. In addition to watching Mr. Tezuka’s anime and reading reproductions of his manga, you can also enjoy a hands-on experience producing your own animation!
7-65, Mukogawacho, Takarazuka-shi, Hyogo
An 8-minutes walk from JR, Hankyu Takarazuka Station
A 5-minutes walk from Hankyu Takarazuka-Minamiguchi Station
2 km from Chugoku Expressway’s Takarazuka Interchange
Parking lot (for passenger cars): Available near the facility premises – “Takarazuka Foundation for Culture Promotion Parking”
Parking for tour buses (large/medium): Possible near the facility premises
Adult: ¥700 (¥560 per person for groups of more than 10)
Student (junior high, high school): ¥300 (¥240 per person for groups of more than 10)
Child (primary schoolchild): ¥100 (¥80 per person for groups of more than 10)
Atom Vision: We show three original commemorative works every month in rotation.
Animation Studio: Guests can experience the beginning of animation production.
|Working days and hours||
9:30 - 17:00
Last visitors may enter 30 minutes before closing time.
Every Wednesday (except on days falling a holiday, spring vacation and summer vacation)
From December 29 to 31 (year-end holiday)
|Time required for a tour||1 hour|
Please consult us beforehand if coming in a group by bus, as there are necessary preparations to make
The museum is barrier-free. All levels can be reached by elevator.
There is one wheelchair-accessible handicapped restroom on the first floor.
We also have two wheelchairs for use by visitors. Please ask the front desk if you would like to use one.