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Kawanishi Cultural Heritage Museum
Opened in 1993 as a facility that stores, organizes and exhibits cultural properties unearthed in locations within the city, such as the Kamo remains. Around 300 discovered items such as earthenware, stoneware, bronze vessels, clay figures and roof tiles that were unearthed from the Kamo road remains, Eikon remains, Shofuku-ji Temple Tumulus or Mangan-ji Temple have been categorized according to time, from prehistory to the middle ages.

Address 2-13-10 Minamihanayashiki, Kawanishi-shi 666-0026
Contact Kawanishi Cultural Heritage Museum 072-757-8624
hours open 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Closed every Monday (or the following day if it is a public holiday), and the end and start of the year (December 28 to Jan
traffic 20 minute walk from Hankyu Line/Nose Electric Railway “Kawanishi Noseguchi Station” or 2 minute walk from “Minami Hanayashiki” bus stop
15 minute walk from JR Takarazuka Line “Kawanishi Ikeda Station”
Web site http://www.city.kawanishi.hyogo.jp/shokai/kankouannai/1566/kankou_bu.html

Accessible toilets available (1 wheelchair compatible toilet, 1 handrail equipped toilet)
Facilities for the visually impaired available (braille guide brochure)
Wheelchair facilities available (sloped ramp)