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Nagoya-City Cultural Path Shumokukan (Bunka-no-Michi Shumokukan)

  • Cultural Path Shumokukan (Bunka-no-Michi Shumokukan)

Cultural Path Shumokukan, the former residence of ceramics exporter Tamesaburo Imoto, is an oasis of calm situated in the corner of a busy urban city. It expresses the memories of the times it has seen since the Taisho era. Colorful layers of light fill the air of the Western-style building, while nostalgic aromas fill the air of the Japanese-style building. The garden shows the charms of the changing seasons.

SPOT OVERVIEW

Location : 〒461-0014
2-18 Shumoku-cho, Higashi-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Adults 200 yen (160 yen for groups of 20 or more guests); Annual Pass for Adults 800 yen; Junior High School students and younger free of charge.
Common Pass with Futaba Museum 320 yen.
*: Subject to changes, please verify using direct sources whenever possible before departing.
Opening
days / hours
: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (When rented may be used up until 9:00 PM)
Parking : Unavailable
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Mondays (if Monday coincides with a holiday, opens on Monday and closes instead on the next non-holiday weekday); year's end and New Year (Dec 29 - Jan 3)
Phone number : 052-939-2850

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    -Subway from Nagoya Station:
    •Board the subway Sakuradori Line bound for Nonami and Tokushige, alight at Takaoka Station then walk 9min (850m) northwards from Exit 1.

    -Bus from Nagoya Station Bus Terminal (behind the JP Tower):
    •Nagoya City Kikan Main Trunk Line: from Platform 10, take the Kikan #2 bound for Jiyugaoka and Itaka Shako via Chayagasaka, get off at Shirakabe and walk 7min (550m) southeastwards.
    •Nagoya Sightseeing Bus Me-Guru: from Platform 11, take the Me-Guru bus, get off at Bunka-no-Michi Futaba-kan, then walk 3min (240m) westwards.

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