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The official Tourism site of Matsumoto, NAGANO
（9 languages available)
Special Exhibition (Coming Soon)
The Era of 1980's
Special Exhibition (Now Open)
No special echibition now
About Our Building：
The front view of our museum (left) , The view from the front of our museum (right)
Our building is historical Japanese warehouse called "Kura" built in 1781. We restored the historical warehouse carefully and modified into the museum.
・Permanent Exhibition (1F)
1F：Permanent exhibition, The history of Japanese radio
50 Radios, 2 Radio Phonographs, 2 Stereo Sets, 15 TV Sets, 20 Home Appliances, (Average)
Permanent Exhibition: (from left) Radios from 1925 to 1948, Radios from 1950ｓ to 1970s, TV Sets
・Special Exhibition Room (2F)
We hold the special exhibiton at regular intervals on the 2nd floor.
Cyuo 2-4-9, Matsumoto-city, Nagano-pref, 390-0811, JAPAN
TEL：0263-36-2515 (Opening hour only)
Alongside the Yohashira Shrine, on the side of Metoba-gawa river
(Large map is here)
・Access to Visit：
10 minutes from JR Matsumoto Station by walking
Bus root No.210 departure at Matsumoto station to the bus stop "Kura no machi Nakamachi"
By car: 20 minutes from Matsumoto IC of Nagano highway
No parking lot (pay parking available near by the museum)
・Opening Hours / Opening Hours ：
Daily 13:00 - 17:00 (Last entry: 16:45)
・Closing Day / Closing Day：
On Monday every week (Tuesday at next national holiday )
New Year's Holiday ( From December 29 to January 3)
・Admission： (Include special exhibition)
JPY 500 adults, JPY 200 students: under 15 (free to under 12's)
JPY 200 handicapped adult persons, free to handicapped students: under 15's
Following facilities are not opened.
・Yokohama office: Yokohama, Kanagawa-pref.
・Warehouse : Azumino-city, Nagano Pref.
・Private Exhibition hall in annex : Higasi Chikuma-gun, Nagano Pref.
Tube Radios : 1,500
Transistor Radios : 700 (include radio-cassete recorder)
Radio phonographs : 100 ( include stereo sets and other audio equipments)
TV Recievers : 60
Speakers etc. : 100 (include other acccesories for radio)
Telephone sets : 60
Home Appｌiances : 80
Gramophone : 15
Parts and Books
Antique Wireless Club (AWC)
Japan Industrial Archaeology Society (JIAS)
Japanese Society for the History of Science and Technology
Technical Meeting on "History of Electrical Engineering", IEEJ