This museum introduces the history and nature of Esashi Town and its neighboring areas. In particular, numerous exhibits here feature artifacts and other archaeological finds of the cultures that thrived in Hokkaido from the time of the Yayoi period to the Kamakura period of Japan’s main island. The cultures are Epi-Jomon culture, Satsumon culture, and Okhotsk culture, which prospered in the areas surrounding the Sea of Okhotsk.
- Mikasa-cho 1614–1, Esashi-cho, Esashi-gun, Hokkaido
Mondays, the last Tuesday of each month (or the next weekday if Monday or the Tuesday is a national holiday, and the year-end and New Year’s holidays (December 30 – January 4)
Free of charge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
Parking Accessible restroom Slopes Nursing room Wheelchairs available upon request Available Available Unavailable Unavailable Available
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- A diaper-changing table, baby crib, and elevator are available.