Akadomari Folk Museum

A museum on the themes of culture, livelihood and festivals of Sado

Akadomari Folk Museum is housed in the Akadomari Sogo Bunka Kaikan (Cultural Centre). You will be welcomed by a parade float called the "Odori Yatai (literally: dance float)", which imitates a festival. The 1st exhibition room introduces festivals from all over Sado, such as deity mask dance. In the 2nd exhibition room, folk materials collected from the Akadomari area will give you insight into the history of the villagers' struggles. There is a special section featuring Kaitaro Hasegawa, who is a native to Akadomari, and was a very active novelist under three pen names: Fubo Hayashi, Itsuma Maki, and Joji Tani.

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Address
2458 Akadomari, Sado, Niigata 952-0711
Telephone Number
+81-0259-87-3141
Official site
Web URL
Payment Methods
Credit cards not accepted:
Assistance in Foreign Languages
Not available
Opening Times
8:30 - 17:00
Closed
At year-end and new years (29 December - 3 January)
Admissions
High school students and above: 200JPY / Elementary and junior high school students: 100JPY
Internet
Not Available
Disabled Access
Available
Transport Access
Ogi Port Approx 20 by car
Nearest bus stop
Akadomari Futoumae(Akadomarisen Line、Maehama Line) Approx. 1 minutes on foot from bus stop
Parking
30