Ashi Higashiyama Memorial Museum

Ichinoseki City

Southern Iwate

A museum about Ashitozan, who wrote the ``Mukokuroku,'' which is said to be the origin of modern Japanese criminal law. You can trace Higashiyama's life and achievements according to themes in chronological order, such as the ``Age of Learning,'' ``The Sendai/Edo Government Service Period,'' ``The Era of Living in Residence,'' ``The Austere Period,'' and ``People Who Admired Higashiyama.'' In addition to exhibiting the original (replica) of his book ``Wugunroku'' and the Senate version, there are many other materials on display, including the collection of posthumous manuscripts ``Guyi Qi's Posthumous Manuscripts,'' ``Shanghai'', official documents, and diaries.

71-17 Isedo, Shibumin, Daitocho, Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture 029-0521
Business Hours
9:00-17:00 (Admission until 16:30)
Monday (the next day if Monday is a holiday)
Year-end and New Year holidays (12/29-1/3)
General 300 yen, Group (20 people or more) 240 yen
High school/university students 200 yen, groups (20 or more people) 160 yen
*Free admission for junior high school students and younger, Ichinoseki citizens over 65 years old, people with a disability certificate, and their accompanying persons.
Ashi Higashiyama Memorial Museum
Phone number 0191-75-3861
FAX number 0191-75-3862

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