Reimeikan Museum (鹿児島県歴史資料センター 黎明館)

Nakasatsuma Area History and Culture Museum

The Reimei-kan museum was opened in 1983 to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the Meiji Restoration (1968).

The exhibition room aims to acquaint visitors with the history, folk customs and the fine arts and crafts of Kagoshima through an informative and enjoyable experience.

The Reimei-kan is enclosed in the ruins of Tsurumaru castle, which was a foothold for the Shimazu (the feudal lord of Satsuma) during the Edo period. The moat, stonewall and stone bridge are still standing today, and have been designated as historical sites by the prefecture.

Basic Information

Address 鹿児島県鹿児島市城山町7番2号
Telephone Number 099-222-5100
Business Days/ Hours Business Hours
[Time] 9:00am~6:00pm

Business Hours
[Notes] Admission till 17:30

Closed days

Closed days
[Notes] The 25th of every month.(Open if the 25th is a Saturday or Sunday)
Fee Adults 410
Senior high school students ¥250
Children ¥150
Website Visit Japanese Website
  • 駐車場
  • トイレ
  • クレジットカード
  • WIFI
  • バリアフリー対応可
  • ベジタリアンメニュー相談可
  • ムスリムメニュー相談可
  • 祈祷所


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