Kochi Prefectural Museum of History

高知県立歴史民俗資料館 (Kochi Kenritsu Rekishi Minzoku Shiryoukan)
Experience the breadth of Kochi’s history in one place
This museum dedicated to preserving and celebrating Kochi Prefecture’s long history encompasses everything from Stone Age civilizations to World War 2, and also includes a fascinating look into the folklore and traditions of both seaside and mountain communities in the region.

On the grounds you will find the ruins of Oko Castle, the home and stronghold of Motochika Chosokabe (1539-1599), the former lord of the Tosa Domain (modern-day Kochi Prefecture). Be sure to check out the exhibition room dedicated to this brilliant strategist and warrior inside the museum!

While the exhibits, which change regularly, are available year-round, the grounds where you can walk among the castle ruins and the rustic Former Mimoto Family House are particularly lovely in spring, when they are surrounded by cherry trees in bloom.
Regions
Central
Themes
Culture & Art
History
Address 高知県南国市岡豊町八幡1099-1 (1099-1, Yahata, Okou cho, Nankoku City, Kochi Prefecture, Japan)
Telephone Number 088-862-2211
Emailrekimin@kochi-bunkazaidan.or.jp
Open9:00-17:00 (Last entry by 16:30)
ClosedNew Year’s holidays
※The museum may be closed temporarily.
Price●Regular Exhibition : Adults(18 years and older)470 yen, Groups (more than 20 persons) 370 yen
●Ticket prices for rotating exhibits and special exhibitions differ for each exhibition.
Directions●About 10 min drive from Kochi IC on Kochi Expressway
●About 15 min walk from Gakkou Bunki bus stop on Tosaden Kotsu Bus
Website Website
Map Code733 450 94*50