Jingu Choko-kan Museum神宮徴古館
The Onshouzoku Shinpo items
The Jingu Choko-kan Museum, established in 1909, is a general museum for the history and culture of Jingu with exhibits on its related ceremonies and past records, including the Onshouzoku Shinpo items, which were once offered and have been removed from the main building of Ise Jingu at every Shikinen Sengu ceremony. Its Renaissance-style architecture was designed by Tokuma Katayama, a leader in the construction of the Imperial Court during that time period. Although much of it was destroyed by fire due to war damage in 1945, it was rebuilt in 1953 to commemorate the 59th Shikinen Sengu.
|Business Hours||From 9am to 4:30pm|
|Days Closed for Business||Thursday|
|Price||500Yen:Adult,100Yen:Elementary and junior high school students|
|Directions||Get off at "Choko-kan Mae", which is a bus stop from "Ise-shi Eki" by bus|