Kyoto Prefectural Yamashiro Local History Museum (Hometown Museum Yamashiro)

Upcoming exhibitions and events

Panel exhibition commemorating 50 years since the excavation of Kuni Palace

In cooperation with the Kyoto Prefectural Museum Forum Joint Exhibition, our museum will exhibit panels on the results of excavations at the historic site of Kunikyu Palace in the permanent exhibition room.

July 13th,Sat – September 8th,Sun

A curator will provide explanations while you view the actual items in the exhibition room, and you can actually experience ancient craftsmanship.

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Panel exhibition commemorating 50 years since the excavation of Kuni Palace In cooperation with the Kyoto Prefectural Museum Forum Joint Exhibition, our museum will exhibit panels on the results of excavations at the historic site of Kunikyu Palace in the permanent exhibition room.

Children’s Workshop page has been released

Spring exhibition collaboration project “Wish on the Bamboo” In conjunction with the spring special exhibition “Seasonal festival and Dolls,” let’s decorate the bamboo decorations that are displayed during the Tanabata festival with strips of paper containing everyone’s wishes!

Seasonal festival and dolls In this exhibition, we will introduce the Hina dolls and Samurai dolls that are displayed during the “Sekku”, and hope to provide an opportunity to reconsider the wishes for children’s growth in an era of declining birthrates.


Exhibition guide

In addition to permanent exhibitions of South-Yamashiro’s distinctive cultural properties in the fields of archeology, history, and folklore, we hold special
exhibitions and planned exhibitions.

Event

 We hold various events throughout the year!

Children’s Workshop 

In summer and autumn we hold hands-on classes for elementary and junior high school students.
Listening to the curator’s commentary, they learn how to make ancient money “wado-kaichin”,“magatama”, comma-shaped jewels (stones) used to make necklaces, “sannkaku-ennshinnzyu-kyou”,triangular-rimmed ancient mirrors decorated with gods and animals, as well as “dohtaku”, bronze bells.

Smartphone payment available
(Some parts may not be available)


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Introducing historical sites and other important ruins in the Yamashiro area (excluding Kyoto City).
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Ocha no Kyoto introduces tourist information for the Minamiyamashiro area.
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