Preserve and pass on true value.
The Museum, Meiji-Mura was opened on March 18, 1965 as an open-air museum for preservation and exhibition of architecture of the Meiji Era. 68 buildings moved to this 100,000 m2 hilly land with a beautiful landscape near Inuyama City and by Irukaike Pond, including national treasures like St. John's Church. In Meiji-Mura, a steam locomotive and streetcars of Kyoto are maintained for actual use and are used for transport in Meiji-Mura.
1 Uchiyama, Inuyama
|Area||Outside of Nagoya|
|Opening Hours||9:30～17:00 (March - October)
9:30～16:00 (November - February)
|Regular Holiday||12/31 The museum also has unscheduled holidays during the summer and winter holidays.
* For details, please check the official Meiji-mura website.
|Cost||Parking lot for 900 regular cars
Parking lot for 100 buses
|Parking||Paid: 800 yen per passenger car|