Toyama Municipal Folk Craft Village 富山市民俗民芸村

Immerse yourself in Toyama’s traditional crafts and architecture

Tools and items from daily life displayed through the museums give visitors an insight into life in Toyama during the Edo period (1603–1867). The Museum of Ceramic Art is housed in the grand former residence of a wealthy farmer, built in 1894. After viewing typical everyday ceramics, visitors can try painting their own plate. The Museum of Medicine Peddlers details the lives of Toyama’s traveling medicine peddlers, who delivered medicine to homes across Japan. Other museums are dedicated to archeology and art. At the Clay Dolls Studio, visitors can try their hand at painting a traditional ceramic doll. Tea Ceremony House Enzan-an serves traditional matcha green tea with wagashi sweets.

Toyama City


Address 930-0881 富山県富山市安養坊1118-1
Telephone Number 076-433-8270
Fax Number 076-433-8370
Opening Times 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last entry at 4:30 p.m.)
Closed Closed from December 28 to January 4
Prices ¥100 per museum, or ¥530 for all museums. High school students and younger are free. Discount tickets for groups of 20 or more
Car Park Free parking for 95 standard and 9 large vehicles
Getting There • Take a bus from stand 14 at Toyama Station bound for Shinsakuradani and get off at Anyobo (about 10 minutes), then walk for 5 minutes
• Take a bus from stand 14 at Toyama Station bound for Kureha Rojinsenta and get off at Toyama Shimin Mingeimura (about 10 minutes)
• About 15 minutes by car from Toyama Nishi IC on the Hokuriku Expressway
Notes • Groups (up to 50 people) can visit the Museum of Medicine Peddlers in Toyama Municipal Folk Craft Village as part of an industrial tourism program. Call in advance (076-433-2866) to make a reservation, and allow around 30 minutes to complete the tour. The experience is ¥100 per person (includes general admission fee)

• Accessible facilities include wheelchair-accessible exhibitions and wheelchair rental

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