The Bando Kyodokan Muse was opened in 1997 as a complex facility of a museum and library. It also has an astronomical observation dome and an audio-visual hall, and can be used for a wide range of purposes such as information gathering, learning, and exchange. The museum's permanent exhibition introduces the history and culture of Bando City from primitive antiquity to the present, as well as its specialty, Sashima tea.
The museum has a collection of works of art by artists associated with Ibaraki, such as Goseda Horyu II, a pioneer of modern Western-style painting in Japan, Ogawa Usen, Okuhara Seiko, and Kimura Buzan, and holds special exhibitions related to art, history, and folklore. The museum also holds special exhibitions related to art, history, and folklore, as well as events such as astronomical observing events, movie nights, and concerts.。
|Address||2726 Yama, Bando-shi,Ibaraki-ken|
|Business Hour*1||Weekdays (Tuesday-Friday) 10:00 to 18:30 Weekends and holidays 10:00 to 17:00|
|Closed*2||Mondays (except national holidays), the day after a national holiday, and the year-end and New Year's holidays (Dec. 28 to Jan. 4)|
|Entrance Fee*4||Free entrance|
|Access*5||From the west exit of Moriya (TX15) Station, Tobu Noda Line, Atago(TD 16) Station or Noda-shi (TD 17) Station, or Kanto Railway, Joso Line, get off at Iwai-Kyoku-Kyoku-mae Bus Stop (Iwai-Kyoku bus stop) and take a taxi (20 minutes). By Car About 10 minutes from the Bando Interchange on the Metropolitan Central Road (Ken-O Expressway) or about 40 minutes from the Yawara Interchange on the Joban Expressway|
|*1 The last day of an exhibition or event may end early. *2 There are also end-of-year and temporary closures *3 Blanks refer to all genres. *4 Admission prices may vary depending on the event. Check for senior citizens, children and group discounts.*5 The times shown are approximate.|
Precautions may be taken to prevent the spread of corona infection. Please contact the gallery for more information.