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Inagawa Town Furusatokan
A folk museum that displays around 200 items such as tools that were used in the town and cultural properties and specialty items from the town, to present the history and industries of the town as well as the way of life of the people. It also functions as a promotional space for the area’s industry and tourism.
The interior of the Furusatokan site is widely utilized, with an events hall, 3 rental halls and work building of production room A and B, a gateball ground, events, public lectures and group activities. The Inagawa River also runs behind the Furusatokan, where you can enjoy the nature of the river with wooden play equipment, an outdoor stage and artificial waterways for playing with water.

Address 19-2 Yaso Kizu, Inagawa-cho 666-0225
Contact 072-768-0389
hours open 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Regular holiday
every Monday (or the following day if it is a public holiday),
the end and start of the year (December 29 to January 4)
traffic 5 minute walk from “Kizujo” bus stop via Hankyu Bus Sugio Line from Nose Electric Railway “Nissei Chuo Station”
Web site http://www.town.inagawa.lg.jp/shisetsu/bunkashisetsu/1455611399205.html

Accessible toilets available (3 wheelchair compatible toilets, 2 child-seat installed locations, 2 baby seat locations, 8 handrail equipped locations), wheelchair facilities available (wheelchair rental service, sloped ramps, wheelchair parking), facilities for infants (some picture books and toys), foreign language guidance board available (English), foreign language service from reception and staff (English), guide dogs are welcome