Takayama Festival Float Exhibition Hall, Takayama
Takayama Festival Float Exhibition Hall, Takayama - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 178 Sakuramachi, Takayama, Gifu Prefecture 506-0858, Japan
Ticket Price: 820 JPY
Time Required: 01:50 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Takayama Festival Float Exhibition Hall, Takayama
Held in in spring on April 14 and 15 and in autumn on October 9 and 10, the Takayama Festival Floats are an experience in themselves. If you have missed the festival, head to this exhibition hall to see a range of larger-than life, ornately decorated floats that are displayed here all year round. The craftsmanship and detailing on these floats is fabulous and the fact that they are hundreds of years old- is an added highlight.
Takayama Festival Float Exhibition Hall Ticket Prices
- Admission fee is Japanese Yen 820 per person.
How To reach Takayama Festival Float Exhibition Hall by Public Transport
- By renting a bicycle.
- On foot
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Takayama Festival Float Exhibition Hall, Takayama Reviews - Write a Review
An impressive display of grandiose festival floats, and some information about the festival including a short movie, still the collection isn't the full set of floats and you're left wishing you could see them during the festival; also much of the information is in Japanese only.
Excellent exhibits, good video showing the festival. Ticket also includes the museum next door that displays amazing models of old places
Cute, English guide is a little hard to understand and sign English a little funny, but generally understandable. Beautiful floats.
Floats are impressive, however this exhibition was the most expensive museum we went to in all Japan. For that it doesn't offer much. Not a good value
Has an English guide, but the video which explains the function of the floats and the ceremony they are involved in is not. They are pretty, but without much context it is up to the visitors imagination, unless they speak Japanese obviously.