Japan's Largest Lake Museum

The Lake Biwa Museum is Japan's largest collection of freshwater animal exhibits. Listen to what fish hear, take a walk through the water and see the only Baikal seals in Kansai. There's a diorama of an ancient lake scene—complete with fossils and bones. Everything at the museum is there to help guest see, hear, touch, smell and taste. While you're there, be sure to try the black bass rice bowl at the museum restaurant.

Address 1091 Oroshimo, Kusatsu, Shiga Prefecture 525-0001

〒525-0001 滋賀県草津市下物町1091
Directions

JR
JR Tokaido Shinkansen Hikari (platform 16 or 17) Nagoya–Maibara (35m)
JR Biwako Line Kyoto–Kusatsu (20m)
Exit Kusatsu west exit towards the buses
Omi Railways Bus Biwa Museum Kasatsu–Biwa Museum (25m)

* Bus Info (http://www.biwahaku.jp/english/guide-e/buses.html)

Business hours

9:30am–5:00pm

Holidays

Monday (open if Monday is a holiday)
*There may be irregular holidays.

Contact

TEL:077-568-4811

Wi-Fi

None

Credit card payment

Available

Price

Adults: ¥750
High school and university students: ¥400
Elementary and junior high school students: Free

Average visit length

2-3hours

Websites Official Sitehttp://www.biwahaku.jp/english/

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