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Tourist spots

The Ando Shoeki Museum

 In the mid-Edo period, Shoeki Ando developed an innovative philosophy while making a living as a physician in Hachinohe. His ideas about working towards a society in which nature and humans are in harmony are still alive to this day, and he is said to be the world’s first ecologist. In the archives housed in a restored rice granary belonging to the adjacent “Hachitsuru” sake brewery, documents that have been restored through digital technology, such as his "Hachinohe Domain Diary”, can be viewed.

Address 3 Yokamachi, Hachinohe City
Phone 0178-20-8109
Hours [Opening Hours] 11:00AM-4:00PM
Regular Holidays [Closed] Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / during the New Year holidays and Obon holidays
Rates, etc. [Admission Fee] General 300 JPY, Free up to Senior High School Students
Access By car: 20 minutes from Hachinohe Station, 10 minutes from Hachinohe Expressway Hachinohe IC
By train: 10-minute walk from JR Hachinohe Line Hon-Hachinohe Station
By bus: Hachinohe City Bus / Nanbu Bus - "Hachinohe Chushingai Terminal (Yokamachi)" bus stop
Parking 2 spaces
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