Kochi Prefecture Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Museum

高知県立坂本龍馬記念館 (Kochikenritsu Sakamoto Ryouma Kinenkan)
A museum of popular samurai Sakamoto Ryoma
This museum located on grounds above Katsurahama Park is dedicated to all things Sakamoto Ryoma, a samurai hero who was born in the prefecture.
Important artifacts including letters from Ryoma addressed to his older sister Otome are among the displays here, and in fact, the museum has the most extensive collection of Ryoma's original letters in the entire country, earning it the nickname the "Temple of Ryoma".

The museum overlooks the Pacific Ocean and there is a life-size Ryoma statue at the entrance, making it a popular photo spot.

Sakamoto Ryoma: Historic national hero and innovator at the end of the shogunate regime
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Address 高知県高知市浦戸城山830 (830, Urado-shiroyama, Kochi City, Kochi Prefecture, Japan)
Telephone Number 088-841-0001
Emailryoma@ryoma-kinenkan.jp
Open9:00-17:00 (Last entry until 16:30)
ClosedOpen year round
Price●Entry fee during planned exhibitions
Age 18 and over : 700 yen

●When there are no planned exhibitions
Age 18 and over : 500 yen

*Free for high school students and younger
*Price includes taxes
Directions●About 2 min walk from Ryoma Kinenkan Mae bus stop (Tosaden Kotsu Bus)
●About 2 min walk from Ryoma Kinenkan Mae bus stop (MY-YU Bus)
Website Website
Map Code858 278 178*55

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