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Cultural Path Futaba Museum

  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum
  • Cultural Path Futaba Museum

Cultural Path Futaba Museum—a museum full of Taisho period romanticism 

The residence of Sadayakko Kawakami, "Japan's first actress," and Momosuke Fukuzawa, "the king of electric power." This Taisho-era manor built in a semi-European style was called Futaba Palace, and the restored grounds are quite resplendent. In addition to the displays of Sadayakko's personal effects and literary materials, the stained glass windows in the main hall are a must-see!

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DETAILS

Address 〒461-0014
2-18 Shumoku-cho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya
Area Eastern Area
TEL +81-52-936-3836
FAX +81-52-936-3836
Opening Hours 10:00~17:00
Regular Holiday Every Monday (or the following day if a national or substitute holiday falls on a Monday), year-end and New Year's holidays
Cost Sr. high school students and above:200 yen
Jr. high school and younger students: Free
Parking 10 passenger car parking spaces
Paid: 300 yen per time (Free for 30 minutes or less)
Remarks No pets allowed (Guide dogs, service dogs, etc. are allowed)
No tripods and selfie sticks inside the museum
No eating or drinking inside the museum

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