Shima City History and Folklore Museum

A treasure trove of Shima's history and folklore 
You can also enjoy special exhibitions with interesting themes.

Materials that have been preserved in Shima City facilities are being collected for the purpose of passing them on to the next generation as Shima City's assets. The main collection and display materials are artifacts excavated from ruins and ancient tombs in the city, Important Intangible Folk Cultural Properties "Isobe no Okanda" and "Anori Puppet Show" and other folklore materials related to festivals, livelihoods, and lifestyles in the city, and the history of Shima. Chronology, etc.


517-0214 Isobecho Hasama, Shima, Mie 878-9
Opening hours
9:30 to 18:00 (Last admission 17:30)
Permanent exhibition: Free
Special exhibition: General 500 yen, University and high school students 250 yen
Groups: 1% discount on individual admission fees
*Admission fees may not be collected for special exhibitions.
Required time
About 1 time
Closing days
Mondays, last Thursday of every month, year-end and New Year holidays (December 12th to January 28th), special sorting period (February 1st to February 4th)
yes: 232 parking spaces
Public transportation train: Approximately 15 minutes walk from Shima-Isobe Station on the Kintetsu Shima Line.
         Bus: About 10 minutes walk from Mie Kotsu Bus "Isobe Bus Center".
By car: Get off at the Shiraki IC on the Daini Ise Road and take National Route 167 for about 15 minutes (there is a guide board).
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