Miyoshi Mononoke Museum (三次もののけミュージアム)

The Miyoshi Mononoke Museum is located about 10 minutes by bus from JR Miyoshi Station. It is the first public museum in Japan to focus on the theme of yokai, and contains about 5,000 valuable materials and artworks collected by yokai researcher Goichi Yumoto. The theme of the museum, “Yokai,” is a general term for ghosts, demons, and fairies that are believed to have existed in Japan since ancient times, and were thought to cause mischief and bring good luck.

Admission Fee
Per person
Adult – ¥600
High School/University student – ¥400
Elementary/Junior High School student – ¥200
Preschooler – Free
※If you wish to use your student discount, please present your passport or school ID at reception before entering.

The Miyoshi Mononoke Museum is divided into three areas: the Japanese Yokai Area, the Inabu Monogatari Area, and the TeamLab Yokai Amusement Park Area. In the Japanese Yokai Area, visitors can learn about famous monsters and the materials in which they appear, while the Inou Monogatariroku Area introduces the Inou Monogatariroku, an account of a boy’s encounter with monsters in Miyoshi City around the 18th century. The “TeamLab Specter Amusement Park Area” is a hands-on learning area where visitors can draw their own specter pictures on paper and move them around on a giant screen using state-of-the-art technology.


1691-4, Miyoshi-cho, Miyoshi, Hiroshima Prefecture, JAPAN
9:30 - 17:00 (admission ends at 16:30)
(in the case where Wednesday is a
public holiday, closes the weekday after)
Dec 29th -Jan 3rd