Open9:30 - 17:00 (admissions close 16:30)
ClosedMondays (the following day when holidays fall on Monday)
New Year holidays (12/28 - 1/4)
*Temporary closures for maintenance also possible
The business days/hours are subject to change in order to prevent the spread of infection by COVID-19, the new coronavirus. Please refer to the official website for details.
Osaka Prefectural Museum of Yayoi Culture collects, stores and exhibits materials and information about general aspects of Yayoi culture. Adjacent to the National Historic Park of Ikegami-Sone Ruins, one of Japan's largest ruins of the Yayoi period, the museum gives a permanent exhibition of "the World of Ikegami-Sone," which displays various exhibits relating to the Ikegami-Sone Ruins, including an original column of a large building of the Yayoi period that is said to have been a shrine, and a replica of a large ancient well with a well-head hollowed out of a giant camphor tree, enabling visitors to easily understand what the central village of the Izumi area in ancient times, Ikegami-Sone, was like. In the outdoor experience zone, visitors are provided with opportunities to participate in excavation and restoration of pit dwelling. Special exhibitions are also held in every season. This is Japan's one-of-a-kind museum for fostering better understanding of not only local ruins, but also general aspects of Yayoi culture.
Location〒 594-0083 4-8-27 Ikegamicho, Izumi-shi, Osaka
DirectionsRoughly 600m west from Shinodayama Station on the JR Hanwa Line
Roughly 1500m east from Matsunohama Station on the Nankai Railway Main Line
PriceGeneral admission ¥310 (¥250), high school and university students, seniors 65 and over (ID required) ¥210 (¥170)
*Prices shown in (parentheses) are for groups of 20 or more
*Separate charges are required for special and planned exhibits