Western AreaNamegawa Town
Namegawa Town Eco Museum Center
The nature and the culture of Namegawa town is structured to resemble a museum, with the Eco-Museum Center acting as a hub that provides a wide range of information about Namegawa town.
The Tokyo bitterling, a freshwater fish native to Japan, is designated as a national treasure. Research related to its artificial breeding and ecology has been taking place in order to re-introduce the Tokyo bitterling to the wildlife.
- Tourist spot name
- Namegawa Town Eco Museum Center
- 763-4, Oaza Fukuda, Namegawa Town
Business hours / Fee
- Business hours
- Regular holiday
- Every week on Monday・Every 3rd Sunday of the month・Holidays・New Year's Holiday (※If overlapped with a regular holiday, the following day will be closed)
- Public transport
- Get off at the North exit of Shinrinkōen Station of Tobu-Tojo Line Take the "For Rishō Daigaku" off at Shinrinkōen West Exit Get off at "Shinrinkōen Park Minami Exit Entrance" and walk for 5 minutes
- 10 minutes from the Higashi Matsuyama Interchange of Kan-Etsu Expressway
Available for Large Buses (Reservation Required)