Ishidoriya History and Folklore Museum

Hanamaki City

Southern Iwate

It houses sake brewing tools that tell the story of the history of sake brewing in the south, and introduces the sake brewing process. 1,788 of the sake brewing tools have been designated as important cultural properties of the country. Also on display are Jomon pottery excavated from within the town, clay bear figurines that are rare in Japan, ancient documents such as umbrella-shaped complaints, and personal accessories that reflect that era. We also exhibit sake vessels from Japan and around the world.

7-7-1 Nakaderabayashi, Ishidori-cho, Hanamaki-shi, Iwate 028-3171
Business Hours
December 29th - January 1st
General 250 yen, High school/large 200 yen, Small/medium 150 yen
Ishidoriya History and Folklore Museum
Phone number 0198-45-4513

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