The second-oldest national museum in Japan, located in Nara Park. It boasts the nation's greatest collection of Buddhist art.
A place connected to Matsuo Basho. A garden with flowers and trees associated with his haiku and Shiseki Tembo Teien with a waterside view are the highlights.
Learn from the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake
Meet overwhelmingly large dinosaur skeleton specimens
A museum where visitors can see the various works and crafts created by the people of the old capital of Nara.
An open-air museum where historical buildings having high cultural value are restored and displayed on a large site.
An exhibit featuring contact and change between Eastern and Western cultures
Articles from Ryoma Sakamoto and the Shinsengumi are on display
A secret underground cavern! Enjoy seeing historical Oya Stone and panoramic views.
A classical red brick building
You’ll feel as if you’ve gone back in time to prehistoric times.
An octagonal, three-story western-style home in Maiko Park
Built on the Naniwanomiya Site, the museum allows visitors to learn about the history of Osaka from ancient times to the present.
Discover Tohoku history and culture
Learn about the culture of Niigata
Experience the charm of The Tale of Genji using all five senses
An introduction to the history of Hyogo from all angles
Introducing life in Osaka during the Edo period, the museum makes it fun to learn about the history and culture of housing and living.
Experience the world inside the Man'yoshu
Keeps precious materials belonging to the Ii Clan