Betsukai Town Historical Museum
This museum introduces the history and nature of Betsukai Town. Its ancillary facility, Kaga Family Archives, features documents handed down in the Kaga family that detail what the Nemuro region was like in the final days of shogunate rule. The Toyohara Branch Museum displays materials that provide insight into the history of dairy farming, a key industry of the town, including materials regarding the Konsen Pilot Farm (which was financially supported by the World Bank in the 1950s).
- Betsukai-Miyamaicho 30, Betsukai-cho, Notsuke-gun, Hokkaido
- Betsukai Town Historical Museum: 0153-75-0802 Kaga Family Archives (ancillary facility): 0153-75-2473
9：00 – 17：00
The second and fourth Mondays of each month
The first, third, and fifth Sundays of each month
Saturdays (excluding the second and fourth Saturdays)
The year-end and New Year’s holidays (December 29 – January 6)
Adults: ¥350 (¥280)
High school students or younger: Free
*The fee in parentheses indicates the discounted fee for groups of 10 or more.
- Official website
- Wheelchair accessibility
Parking Accessible restroom Slopes Nursing room Wheelchairs available upon request Available Available Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable
- Supplementary information
- For the opening period, hours and other details of the Toyohara Branch Museum, check the official museum website.