Former Morioka High School of Agriculture and Forestry (Agricultural Education Museum attached to Iwate University Faculty of Agriculture)

Morioka City

Central Iwate

Kenji Miyazawa also studied at the former Morioka High School of Agriculture and Forestry, which opened in 1908 as Japan's first high school of agriculture and forestry. It is currently open to the public as an educational museum displaying many materials related to Kenji. There is a botanical garden within the Faculty of Agriculture, which is a popular place for residents to relax. The European-style school building has been designated as a national important cultural property.

3-18-8 Ueda, Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture 020-8550
Business Hours
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays (open on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays from the last Saturday of April to November 3rd), 8/12-14, 12/28-1/4
*Opening dates are subject to change, so please check the website.
General: 140 yen, high school and university students: 100 yen, elementary and junior high school students: 70 yen
Iwate University Faculty of Agriculture
Phone number 019-621-6678

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