주유패스 가지신 분들 무료입장이에요!역 나와서 바로 그 건물 8층에 있구요 오사카의 옛날 거리와 집을 볼 수 있어요~ 기모노 체험도 가능해서 사람들이 기모노 입고 찍는데 너무 이뻤답니다.
One of the free attractions in the Osaka Tour Card (two-day ticket) is okay, but if you don't have a Tour Card, it's not very worthwhile to buy tickets alone. Take the subway line JR to "Tianshenjinqiao Liudingmu Station (Tie), and then exit from Exit 3. This museum is not too big, even because the place is too small, too stuffy, and it seems a bit crowded. Through the display (street model, building model, etc.), the life style of Japanese (Osaka people) in different periods is reproduced, so as to better understand the local development process of Osaka. There are also kimono rental services, but there are too many people, in which B, pose, pretend not to know how thick the skin, and then, inside can not carry suitcases, can not carry bags, need to be deposited. It is worth mentioning that self-timer sticks are not allowed to be used in the doorway. Several people are warned and then driven out after warning. Therefore, please visit civilized to avoid being driven out. The report is finished.
Originally, I didn't go with a good mentality, but it was really worth it. It made people feel the life before Osaka. It would be dark, rain, kimono experience, but I didn't experience it because I had already experienced it in Okaben kimono. It would be much better there, but the price was not cheap. The museum also had code-sweeping to translate some models. Personally, I think if you like to go to museums or recommend to visit, there is also a sushi nearby which is very traditional, good service, Crab Sushi super! Recommend!
A good place to learn about Japan's history and customs, which is furnished with early buildings and city houses, combined with changes in lighting and sound control, presents the effect of day and night alternation of sunshine and rain. There's kimono experience, but it takes time to wait. It's an interesting spot.
옛날 오사카 사람이 된 것 같은 기분!!! 시간이 된다면 내부에서 상영하는 단편영화도 보자! 어느새 미소 짓는 당신을 볼 수 있다♡
The Museum has a collection of people's ways of life in different historical periods. A collection of models of Osaka during the Edo period is also available. Plus the antique architectural style here. Students below junior high school can come here for free to visit and study. It's worth recommending.
In the past, the living hall can simulate a day from morning to night, as well as all kinds of weather. It has free travel tickets. It restores the buildings and people's living patterns at that time. It almost completely reproduces the life of Osaka people in the past. It is a very interesting place.