Iki City Ikikoku Museum (いきしりついきこくはくぶつかん)

A museum where you can enjoy learning the history of Iki-no-shima

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Iki, which is located between China/Korea and Japan, flourished in trade and is a historic island that was introduced in a Chinese history book nearly 2,000 years ago. This museum exhibits a number of valuable materials excavated from various archaeological sites on the island. Especially popular are the experience corner where you can touch earthenware and stoneware used by people at that time, the view theater where you can learn about the history of Iki and a diorama that reproduces the way of life at that time. Try some quizzes at the huge diorama or do a simulated earthenware excavation that is fun for both children and adults while also learning about history. Of course, the exhibit introductions and audio guides are available in three languages: English, Chinese and Korean. Therefore, overseas visitors can also enjoy learning.


Address 811-5322 長崎県壱岐市芦辺町深江鶴亀触515-1
TEL 0920-45-2731(壱岐市立一支国博物館)
Contact Iki City Ikikoku Museum
FAX 0920-45-2749
Hours of Operation 8:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Last admission: 5 p.m.)
Closed Every Monday (Closed the next day if that Monday is a public holiday)
*Open every day during the Golden Week holidays in early May and the summer holidays
*Closed from December 29 to 31
Price Adults: 410 yen / High school students: 310 yen / Elementary and junior high school students: 210 yen
Parking Standard size cars: 98 spaces / For disabled persons: 3 spaces / Large sightseeing buses: 7 spaces [Total: 108 spaces]
Access Approx. 20 minutes by car from Ashibe Port
Website http://www.iki-haku.jp/


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