Innai-Ginzan Ijinkan (former residences of early settlers)

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院内銀山異人館

About

A red brick building with elegant taste
The Ijinkan is a resource center that tells us of the Innai-Ginzan, the largest silver mine in Japan that opened in 1606 next to the JR Innai Station. Besides precious resources about the silver mine, the center displays pottery found in the nationally designated Iwaido historic landmark of the early Jomon period.

Address
115 Aza-Kozawa, Kamiinnai, Yuzawa city, Akita prefecture
Number of car spaces
30 vehicles
Parking Fee
Free of charge
Business hours
9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Charge
320 yen for adults, 210 yen for middle schoolers and under
Closing day
Mondays
URL
http://www.city-yuzawa.jp/midokoro04/733.html
Mail
info@con-akita.com
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