Local Seaside Museum
Two Japanese gardens are situated inside the property of Oyojikan, where visitors can enjoy the historic burnt wood architecture of Takeno alongside traditional greenery.
Takeno's History and Calligraphy
A timeline a Takeno’s history as a fishing port along with vintage seafaring items are on display. Mitsunari Nakata, a calligrapher from Takeno, also has his works exhibited in a spacious hall nextdoor.
A cozy cafe-style rest area is also free for everyone to use. Tea and coffee are available for 100 yen a cup (depending on availability).
- Business Name
- Business Hours
- Holidays / Closed
- Every Wednesday, New Year's Holiday
- Entrance Fee
- Language Support
Sorry, but only Japanese is spoken.
422 Takenochō Takeno, Toyooka, Hyogo 669-6201
Oyojikan, originally the home of Takeno’s village leader and Kitamae ship owner, is now a free museum and rest space in Takeno that houses temporary exhibitions, a vintage photo gallery, and permanent exhibitions about Takeno’s history.