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Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of History (Mito)

A variety of materials relating to the history of Ibaraki are collected in the Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of History and used by many people. In addition to the main building, the large museum grounds (72,000 m²/17.8 acres) are home to reconstructed Edo-era agricultural buildings, a Meiji-era western-style school building, and more. Also, the grounds are blessed by flowers and other greenery, which change with the seasons.

Access map

map

Transportation

By train:

From JR Mito station take an Ibaraki-Kōtsū bus bound for Kairakuen and get off at Rekishikan-mae.

From JR Mito station take an Ibaraki-Kōtsū bus bound for Akatsuka or Shinhara-Ibadai and get off at Daikumachi 3-chōme.

From JR Mito station take an Ibaraki Kōtsū bus bound for Sakuragawa-Nishidanchi and get off at Kairakuen-Iriguchi.

By car:

15 minutes from Mito interchange on the Jōban Expressway.

Address

2-1-5 Midori-chō Mito, Ibaraki, 310-0034

Tel: 029-225-4425

Fax: 029-228-4277

Admission fees

  Usual Special exhibition
Adults ¥150 (¥120) ¥600 (¥480)
High school and university students ¥80 (¥60) ¥310 (¥240)
Elementary and junior high school students Free Free
  • ( ) are per-person rates for groups of 20 or more
  • An additional charge is required for entry to the museum during special exhibitions

Open

From 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (No entry after 4:30 p.m.)

Days closed

  • Every Monday (Except when Monday is a national holiday, in which case it is closed the following Tuesday)
  • New Year's holiday (Dec. 29 to Jan. 1)

Admission free

  • Garden only
  • For handicapped persons and those accompanying them
  • For senior citizens 70 and over
  • On Ibaraki Prefectural Day (November 13)

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