Access and Basic
See the Access section of the website.
Parking is not available at the museum.Please use Miyanomae City Parking, an underground paid parking area. (Exit C is the closest to the museum.)
There is bicycle parking in the southwestern corner of the museum grounds.
No, none of the paid parking areas offer discounts.
The museum opens at 10:00 and closes at 18:00. Last entry is at 17:30.
Check the Visitor Information page to find out when the museum is closed.
There is no admission fee for the Former Okada Residence and Sake Brewery, the Former Ishibashi Residence (except when the rental rooms are being used), or the Permanent Exhibition of Itami History (Room 4).
Some exhibitions can also be viewed for free.
See the Exhibition page for more information.
Only pencils are allowed in the exhibition rooms. However, different exhibitions may have different rules.
The shop accepts credit cards for most items. Other museum facilities do not accept credit cards.
No, but those services are available at nearby businesses.
No. (If you need to drink something, please inquire at the General Information counter on the first floor.)
There is no rule against bringing babies or small children to the museum.
However, you may be asked to leave an exhibition room temporarily if a small child in your charge is disturbing other visitors or otherwise compromising the exhibition. We would be grateful for your understanding.
There are nursing rooms on the first and second floors.
There are diaper changing stations on each floor (including the nursing rooms).
Yes, there are universally accessible toilets on the second floor and the first basement floor.
Yes, service dogs are allowed.
Yes. Please inquire at the General Information counter on the first floor.
Yes, the museum offers free Wi-Fi.
There are some coin-operated lockers on the first floor near the Ticket Reception counter. (They require a 100-yen deposit that is returned when you collect your belongings.)
Please inquire at the Ticket Reception counter to store oversized personal belongings.
You may not photograph exhibit pieces or take pictures inside exhibition rooms (unless you have permission).
Personal photography is allowed everywhere else, but please take steps to avoid disturbing other visitors, and refrain from using tripods and flash photography.