Memorial Museum at Ryoma's Birthplace

高知市立龍馬の生まれたまち記念館(Kochisiritsu Ryouma No Umaretamachi Kinenkan)
Discover the childhood and upbringing of Kochi-born hero, Ryoma Sakamoto
One of Japan’s most beloved and influential samurai, Ryoma Sakamoto is known nationwide for his part in helping overthrow the feudal government in 1868. He was a key figure in bringing about Japan’s era of modernization, when many systems we see in Japan today were founded.
How did Ryoma become such a legendary leader? Where did he learn the diplomatic skills that allowed him to negotiate an alliance between two powerful rival clans in order to overthrow the feudal government? Although studying Ryoma’s achievements is interesting, learning about his past is just as important and perhaps even more insightful.
Ryoma’s Birthplace Memorial Museum is located in the town where he grew up and recreates the old district of Kamimachi where he spent his childhood through video, wall panels and models. Learn all about the profound story of how this timid son of a low-ranking samurai became the courageous revolutionary who helped shape the framework of modern Japanese democracy.


Ryoma Sakamoto: The Kochi-born samurai who fought for modern Japan
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Address 高知県高知市上町2-6-33 (2-6-33, Kamimachi, Kochi City, Kochi Prefecture, Japan)
Telephone Number 088-820-1115
OpenExhibition Hall: 8:00-19:00 (Last entry 18:30)
Museum Shop: 8:00-18:30
Fureai Center: 9:00-22:00
ClosedOpen year round
Price●Age 18 and over : 300 yen
●Age 17 and under : Free
*Price includes taxes
Directions●About 10 min walk from JR Kochi Station
●Short walk from Kamimachi 2-chome bus stop (Tosaden Kotsu Bus)
●Short walk from Kamimachi 1-chome tram stop
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Map Code73 183 337*60