The Seki town museum is located right in the middle of Seki-juku. A Traditional building in the facility that has been opened to the public as a museum where the history of Seki-juku has been preserved. The low ceiling and staircase were designed to make efficient use of the narrow space, and the staircase also contains storage space underneath. The museum is a wonderful window into the past.
482 Seki-cho, Naka-machi, Kameyama 519-112
• Take the train from Nagoya to Kameyama (75 minutes) • Change trains at Kameyama towards Seki (6 minutes) • Walk from Seki Station (about 10 minutes)
|Holidays||Closed on Mondays (Tuesdays if Monday is a public holiday) and December 28–January 4.|
Adults ¥300 (¥250), Elementary, Junior Highschool and Highschool students ¥200 (¥150). Prices in brackets are for groups of 30 or more people.
|Websites||Tourism Association Website(JPN)https://www.kankomie.or.jp/spot/detail_3194.html|