Yatsuo Owara Museum 八尾おわら資料館

Experience the Owara-kaze Bon Festival on a big screen

Learn all about Yatsuo’s famous Owara-kaze Bon Festival, including the history, songs, dances, costumes and instruments, in a museum that recreates a traditional Yatsuo townhouse. Countless historic materials are on display, including evidence of exchange with numerous prominent writers and artists from history, such as Hoan Kosugi, a Western-style painter, and Ujo Noguchi, a writer of poetry, children’s songs and folk songs. You can even enjoy a film of an Owara performance on a big screen in the screening room. A must-see attraction for anyone visiting Yatsuo!

Toyama City


Address 939-2354 富山県富山市八尾町東町2105-1
Telephone Number 076-455-1780
Opening Times 9:00-17:00 (no entry after 16:30)
Closed New Year period and when maintenance is required
Prices Fee: 210 yen for high schoolers and older (170 for groups of 20 people or more)
Getting There Approx. 15 minutes by bus from Etchu-Yatsuo Station on the JR Takayama Main Line
5 minutes by car from Etchu-Yatsuo Station on the JR Takayama Main Line
Approx. 20 minutes by car from the Toyama-Nishi Interchange on the Hokuriku Expressway
Website http://www.city.toyama.toyama.jp/kyoikuiinkai/yatsuo-kyouiku/owarashiryokan.html
Notes Facilities for persons with disabilities: Wheelchair-accessible facilities, wheelchair-accessible elevator, guide dogs and other service dogs permitted, disabled parking, multi-purpose toilets
Inquiries: Toyama City Yatsuo Educational Administration Centre: 076-454-3329

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