History museum in the style of a samurai residence, with a popular Japanese confectionary café
Designed to resemble a samurai residence, the museum features an in-depth view of the history and culture of the castle Matsue over its 400 year history. As a museum with national treasures, one of its collections contain the talismans (also designated as a National Treasure), showing the completion year of Matsue Castle’s construction. There is a Japanese style cafe inside the museum that provides a view of the Japanese garden and visitors can enjoy the tastes of green tea with original wagashi confectionaries. Foreign language audio-guides are available for free in English/ Mandarin Chinese/Korean.
|Tel. No. for Inquiries||松江歴史館 TEL：0852-32-1607|
|Email for Inquiriesemail@example.com|
|Operating Hours||[April to September] 08:30 to 18:30 (Reception is until 18:00)
[October to March] 08:30 to 17:00 (Reception is until 16:30)
[Adults] ¥510 (¥410)
[Elementary and junior high school students] ¥250 (¥200)
*Prices in ( ) are group prices
*Groups are a total of 20 or more adults and elementary, junior high school, and high school students
*Free admission except for the exhibition room
Admission fee varies depending on the exhibition
*There is also a set ticket available for the basic exhibition and the special exhibition.
|Holidays||3rd Thursday of every month (Next day if it is a holiday)|
|Access||・Approx. 13 mins. by Lake Line Bus from JR Matsue Station, get off at Otemae Horikawa Pleasure Boat Landing / History Museum bus stop, then walk approx. 3 mins.
・Approx. 9 mins. by general bus (bound for Prefectural Civic Center) from JR Matsue Station, get off at Prefectural Civic Center bus stop, then walk approx. 5 mins.
|Parking Lot||○ Free|
|Bicycle Parking Lot||○ Free|
|Universal Infomation||Aed Diaper changing space Entrance ramp Ostomate bag facilities|