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Art Museum

The Tomakomai City Museum of Art opened on November 3, 1985 as the Tomakomai City Museum to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Tomakomai. In July 2013, an art museum department was added to the museum, and it was renewed as the Tomakomai City Art Museum (nicknamed Amyu). The museum collects and exhibits materials related to natural history, archeology, Ainu, folklore/history, and art based on the basic philosophy of “a museum that conveys the nature, history, and culture of Mt.


3-9-7 Suehirocho, Tomakomai City, Hokkaido



Opening hours

9:30-17:00 (last entry at 16:20)

closing day

Every Monday (open if Monday is a holiday, closed the following weekday), New Year holidays (12/29-1/3)


General 300 yen (240 yen), University and high school students 200 yen (140 yen) *Prices in ( ) are for groups of 10 or more. *There is also an annual admission fee (900 yen for adults, 600 yen for university and high school students). *Prices for special exhibitions are determined on a case-by-case basis. However, the admission fee is exempted for the following people, so please ask at the reception. 1. When viewing as part of educational activities for elementary school children, junior high school, etc., the teacher who will lead them 2.Those who are in child welfare facilities as stipulated in the Child Welfare Law 3.Those who are in welfare facilities for the elderly as stipulated in the Elderly Welfare Law 4.Those who have received a physical disability certificate 5. Those who have received a mental disability insurance welfare notebook, or those with an intellectual disability of the same degree. 6.If 4 or 5 requires assistance, the necessary companion.

Type of building



●Parking lot ●Coin lockers and cloakrooms ● Nursing room ●Barrier-free ●Wheelchair rental


[Customers coming by car] Head towards the port at the intersection of National Route 276 and National Route 36 (at the Tomakomai Shinkin Bank Nakano Branch corner). Turn right at the next traffic light at the intersection. Immediately on the right, park in the parking lot in the park (free, parking for up to 80 cars) If you are coming by JR, ferry, or bus, please see the "Access" page on our website.



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