Showa Roman Kura

Showa Roman Kura is a museum that was renovated from a rice storage warehouse (kura) built in the early 1900s. The inside displays vintage Japan from the early to mid 1900s and makes visitors feel like they've traveled back in time. In the facility, which has exhibits of old toys and models of residences, stores and classrooms, there are also restaurants where local specialties of Oita can be savored. The shopping streets that surround the Showa Roman Kura as its center are modeled as a "Showa town" so it is very enjoyable to walk around.

Address
989-1 Shinmachi, Bungotakada-shi, Oita
Access
From JR Usa Station, take bus towards Bungo-takada for 11 min and get off at Bungo-takada Bus Terminal
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-17:00, restaurant "Shunsai" in Minami Kura is 11:00-16:00
Closed irregularly
Official Website
https://www.showanomachi.com/en/
Admission fee
Common ticket 3 facilities: adults 850 yen, elementary, middle and high school students 600 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Recreation of a Showa Town

In the eight shopping streets in Bungo-takada, where Showa Roman Kura is located, there are around 40 stores that are modeled after the Showa-style buildings and some stores display historic items from the Showa period. There are also free bonnet buses operating on the weekends and holidays. Take a walk and explore this nostalgic townscape.

Dagashiya no Yume Museum (Candy Store Museum)

In the Dagashiya no Yume Museum, there is an exhibit of 60,000 nostalgic Japanese toys, that were handpicked from the museum director's collection of 250,000 dagashiya (old-style Japanese candy store) toys, the largest collection in Japan. You may encounter a rare treasure.

Source:jason1208/Wikipedia

Showa Roman Kura

Showa Roman Kura is a museum that was renovated from a rice storage warehouse (kura) built in the early 1900s. The inside displays vintage Japan from the early to mid 1900s and makes visitors feel like they've traveled back in time. In the facility, which has exhibits of old toys and models of residences, stores and classrooms, there are also restaurants where local specialties of Oita can be savored. The shopping streets that surround the Showa Roman Kura as its center are modeled as a "Showa town" so it is very enjoyable to walk around.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Recreation of a Showa Town

In the eight shopping streets in Bungo-takada, where Showa Roman Kura is located, there are around 40 stores that are modeled after the Showa-style buildings and some stores display historic items from the Showa period. There are also free bonnet buses operating on the weekends and holidays. Take a walk and explore this nostalgic townscape.

Dagashiya no Yume Museum (Candy Store Museum)

In the Dagashiya no Yume Museum, there is an exhibit of 60,000 nostalgic Japanese toys, that were handpicked from the museum director's collection of 250,000 dagashiya (old-style Japanese candy store) toys, the largest collection in Japan. You may encounter a rare treasure.

Source:jason1208/Wikipedia

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