●9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
●New Year’s Holidays (December 29 to January 3)
All participants have to leave the Learning Theater after each program. To ensure the best learning environment for the limited space, please reserve seats in advance for a specific date and time, according to the screening schedule. Although walk-in entrance is possible, the paid zone has limited capacity for each session, and as it can be full, we recommend reserving and paying in advance.
Admission capacity is limited, so we ask group visitors to make advance reservations. It is also possible to book the museum for exclusive use. We can provide a program that meets the objectives of your itinerary or training plan, so please reach out to us.
→Click here for programs such as educational tours and training programs
Admission Fees (Including Tax)
|Regular Program (60 minutes)||Adult and University Student||High School Student||Elementary or Junior High School Student|
|Group (more than 10 people)||¥800||¥600||¥400|
|Short Program (30 minutes)||Adult and University Student||High School Student||Elementary or Junior High School Student|
|Group (more than 10 people)||¥500||¥400||¥200|
- *Admission is free for children younger than elementary school age.
- *Regular Program, which is about 60 minutes long, and Short Program, which is about 30 minutes long, are available (both including the time to see the paid exhibition area).
*For group visits such as an educational tour, the museum can also provide combined programs with local guides as well as other options. For combined programs, fees for other tour options will be added to admission fees.
(Group discounts vary by program.)
About Admissions Fee Reductions and Exemptions
Certain visitors are eligible for reduced-fee or fee-exempt admissions:
• Institutions that provide social welfare services as stipulated in the Social Welfare Law.
• Visitors with a certificate of intellectual disability issued by a children’s welfare center (under the Child Welfare Law) or by a rehabilitation counseling center for mentally handicapped persons (under the Welfare Law for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities). Caregivers for visitors with intellectual disabilities are also eligible (1 caregiver per visitor).
• Visitors with a mental disability certificate issued under the Act on Mental Health and Welfare for Persons with Mental Disabilities. Caregivers for these visitors are also eligible (1 caregiver per visitor with a grade 1 or 2 disability listed on the mental disability certificate).
*Please contact us directly if you wish to apply for a fee reduction or exemption.
●Free parking is available.
(The parking lot is shared with the Michi-no-Eki, so parking reservations are not accepted).
Michi-no-Eki Sun Sun Minamisanriku North Parking Lot (adjacent to MINAMISANRIKU 311 Memorial)
Standard size car: 50 spaces
Bus parking: 7 spaces
Handicapped parking: 3 spaces
1 EV Charging Station
Michi-no-Eki Sun Sun Minamisanriku South Parking Lot (adjacent to Minamisanriku Sun Sun Shopping Village)
Standard size car: 170 spaces
Bus parking: 9 spaces
Handicapped parking: 3 spaces
(1) Handicap Accessibility
The interior of the facility is completely barrier free.
• The Minamisanriku Portal Center adjacent to the museum has 2 wheelchairs that we can offer to visitors who need them.
• There is 1 accessible restroom in the facility.
• Service, guide, and hearing dogs are welcome.
(3) For Visitors with Children
• You can use strollers inside the building.
• There is an accessible restroom with a diaper-changing station. For a nursing room, please use the adjacent JR Shizugawa Station building.
Requests for Our Visitors
• This is a nonsmoking facility. This rule also applies to outdoor areas located around the facility.
• Food and drink are prohibited inside the facility.
• Pets are not allowed in the museum.
*Service, guide, and hearing dogs are welcome.
• Large personal items, such as suitcases, tripods, and umbrellas, are prohibited. Please leave baggage at the reception desk.
• Please refrain from talking on phones inside the museum.
• Photography, videography, and audio recording are prohibited inside the museum. (However, visitors are permitted to scan QR codes wherever they are displayed).
• Please do not touch the exhibitions or artworks.
• Information about our COVID-19-prevention measures is here.