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Gogaku Kenshujo / Masahiro Yasuoka Memorial hall|CHOCOTABI SAITAMA


Sightseeing spot

Western AreaRanzan Town

Gogaku Kenshujo / Masahiro Yasuoka Memorial hall

In 1970, the Gogaku Kenshujo (lit. village school training institution) Foundation was established on the site of the former Japan Farmers' School founded by Dr. Masahiro Yasuoka in the early Showa period.
In 2012, the official name of the foundation was changed to "Gogaku Kenshujo / Yasuoka Masahiro Memorial Museum," and it has been working to promote Gogaku (the study of the countryside) and to pass on to future generations the teachings and anthropology of Dr. Yasuoka Masahiro, which are needed in this day and age, while continuing the tradition of the Japan Agricultural School.

Historical and Cultural facilities

Basic Information

Tourist spot name
Gogaku Kenshujo / Masahiro Yasuoka Memorial hall
671 Sugaya, Ranzan Town, Hiki-gun
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Public transport
Get off at "Musashi-Ranzan Station" on the Tobu-Tojo Line. (Approximately 1 hour by express train bound for Ogawamachi from Ikebukuro Station. Rapid trains also stop.) Approximately 18 minutes on foot from the west exit. (West of "National Women's Education Center")
About 15 minutes from "Higashimatsuyama I.C." or "Ranzan Ogawa I.C." on the Kan-Etsu Expressway. Along National Highway 254 Bypass. The big signboard of "National Women's Education Center" is a landmark.

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