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Johana Hikiyama Museum

Come see 300 years of history of the Johana Hikiyama Festival (a nationally designated Important Intangible Folk Cultural Asset) and its various beautiful procession floats and other decorative items! Videos with the sounds of traditional music and the rolling of the cart wheels let you feel like you're at the festival, no matter what time of year. Guests can also visit four restored traditional Meiji-era storehouses built by wealthy merchants, seeing authentic architecture and scenery at Kurakairo (Town History Museum). The exhibits' incredible cultural value reflects the accomplishments of those who lived here before us.



Johana Hikiyama Museum
579-3 Johana, Nanto City, Toyama 939-1864 Japan

By car: 5 minutes from Tokai Hokuriku Expressway Fukumitsu I.C.
By train: 15 minute walk from JR Johana Station


Admission fee Admission fee (Adult: 510 yen, middle and high school students: 410 yen) is required to enter the museum.
Working days and hours Open: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Closings Year-end and New Year holidays
Visitor capacity Visitor capacity: 50
Groups of 10 or more people, advanced reservations required by telephone or fax.
Time required for a tour 20-50 min
Language Japanese
Reservation Required
Tel: +81-763-62-2165
Fax: +81-763-62-2180
Other conditions Arrangements for interpretation must be made by the visitor.


Tel: +81-763-62-2165
E-mail: johana-hikiyama2@mx.city.nanto.toyama.jp
Fax: +81-763-62-2180