Kuroki-gosho Imperial Residence Site & Hekifū-kan Museum

Kuroki-gosho Imperial Residence Site & Hekifū-kan Museum

Sitting atop a small hill, the Imperial Residence Site overlooks Beppu Port.

Emperor Go-Daigo was banished to the Oki Islands in 1332 and is said to have lived at this site for over a year before his escape. Located at the foot of the hill, known as Mt. Tennō, is Hekifū-kan Museum. The small museum contains exhibits related to Emperor Go-Daigo.

The site is also popular for cherry blossom viewing in April.

Car Park Toilet

Information

Price
●Hekifū-kan Museum Admission Fee
-Adult JPY 300
-University or High School Student JPY 200
-6 to 15 Years Old JPY 150

●International Visitor Admission Discount
-Adult JPY 150
-University or High School Student JPY 200
-6 to 15 Years Old JPY 150
Present your passport or residency card to get discounted admission for international visitors.
Business hours
Museum 9:00-17:00 (1 April to 23 November)
Closed
The museum is open everyday from 1 April to 23 November.

The imperial site is open all year around.
Address
275 Beppu, Nishinoshima-cho, Oki-gun
Access
From Beppu Port
3 min by bicycle
10 min on foot
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