This facility is Japan’s first and northernmost national museum dedicated to the history and culture of the indigenous Ainu people. It was established to transmit the history and culture of Ainu to many people and to pass their culture to future generations in order to create a society where the pride of the Ainu is respected. The exhibitions introduce the Ainu people from their own perspective.
- Wakakusa-cho 2-chome 3-1, Shiraoi-cho, Shiraoi-gun, Hokkaido
November 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022: 9:00 – 17:00
– Last admission to Upopoy is one hour before closing time.
– Last admission to the museum is 30 minutes before Upopoy closes.
– Parking 1, Parking 2, and Temporary Parking are available from 8:00. Last entry is one hour before Upopoy closes.
– For details, see the Upopoy website.
Mondays (or the next weekday if Monday is a national holiday), and the year-end and New Year’s holidays (December 29 – January 3)
Admission to the museum is included in the admission to Upopoy.
For details, see the Upopoy website.
– Additional fees may apply to special exhibitions and other events.
- Official website
- Wheelchair accessibility
Parking Accessible restroom Slopes Nursing room Wheelchairs available upon request Available Available Available Available Available
- Supplementary information
- Automated external defibrillator (AED) available