Sado Island’s Ogi Folk Museum, Sengokubune Exhibition Hall
The miraculous collections will stimulate your curiosity!
Sado Island's Ogi Folk Museum is housed in the building of the former Shukunegi Elementary School. This museum exhibits a magnificent collection of over 30,000 folk materials including tools and equipment of fishery in South Sado and shipbuilders, as well as objects closely related to the everyday life of the common people which evoke the retro ambience of the Showa times (1926-1989). The ship on display was restored based on the design drawings of a sengokubune (wooden freight ship), which was built in 1858 in Shukunegi. The museum is adjacent to the Shukunegi village, a designated preservation area for important traditional buildings and architecture.
- Museums, Art Galleries and Resource Centres
- 270-2 Shukunegi, Sado, Niigata 952-0612
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- Official site
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- Credit cards not accepted:
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- Not available
- Opening Times
- 8:30 - 17:00
- At year-end and New Year's (29 December - 3 January), December - February Mondays
- Adults: 500JPY / Children: 200JPY
- Not required
- Facilities and Service
- Souvenir shop, etc.
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- General Accessibility
- Not Available
- Transport Access
- Ogi Port Approx 10 by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Ogi Minzoku Hakubutsukan（Shukunegi Line） Approx. 0 minutes on foot from bus stop
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