- Ishikawajima shiryoukan
Learn history & culture of Ishikawajima & Tsukudajima, the birthplace of the dock industry in Japan.
The Ishikawajima island are the birthplace of the modern shipbuilding industry in Japan. The Ishikawajima Shipyard established by Tokugawa Nariaki of the Mito domain became the foundation of the current IHI Corporation. Ishikawajima Shiryokan (archives) conveys the roles that IHI has played in history through means such as precious materials or diorama models reproducing past scenery, along with the history and culture of Ishikawajima and Tukudajima islands, which is deeply associated with IHI since its establishment to the present.
- Pia west square first floor, 1-11-8, Tsukuda, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- Web Site
- Six minute walk from Exit 6 of Tsukishima Station on the Yurakucho Line and Toei Oedo Line
- Open Hours
- 10:00 - 12:00, 13:00 - 17:00 (last admission at 16:30)
- Day Off
- Monday to Friday, December 29 -January 4
- Free of charge
- Credit cards
- Not accepted
- Special Notes
- At times, the museum closes for special reasons. See the website for details.
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