Oki-ke Traditional Residence & Museum

Oki-ke Traditional Residence & Museum

    • Museums
    • Culture & History
    • Okinoshima Town
Located beside Tamawakasu-mikoto Shrine, it houses Important Cultural Properties.
Designated as an Important Cultural Property of Japan, this residence is located beside Tamawakasu-mikoto Shrine and features a thatched roof and the traditional Oki-zukuri style of architecture.
The museum contains Important Cultural Properties such as the "Eki-rei" (station bell) and "Oki-souin" (property seal).

You can receive the goshuin stamp for Tamawakasu-mikoto Shrine in the ticket window of the museum. If no one is present at the window, ring the bell.

    Basic information

    713 Shimonishi, Okinoshima-cho, Oki-gun, Shimane 685-0017
    From Saigō Port:
    5 min by car
    Business hours
    Adult: JPY 300
    Junior High School and Elementary School Students: JPY 100
    • The logo image of Oki Islands Geopark.
    • The logo image of UNESCO Global Geopark.

    This sightseeing spot is one of the sites of the Oki Islands UNESCO Global Geopark.

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