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Fukushima City Photography Museum

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11-36 Moriaichō, Fukushima, 960-8002, Japan

The Fukushima City Museum of Photography is located at the foot of Mt. Shinobu. It was original built in 1922 for the Ministry of Communications. It is a rare example of Taisho Period (1912 – 1926) architecture and is preserved as a Tangible Cultural Property of Fukushima City.

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Mondays: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Tuesdays: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Wednesdays: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Thursdays: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Fridays: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Saturdays: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Sundays: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

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gimlet highball 2 weeks ago

It is a valuable presence in Fukushima City, which has not taken great care of its cultural buildings. However, the attitude of the management side is that they are not paying attention to the users and just let them use it. This could lead to treasure being wasted.

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チリトマト 7 months ago

I went on a weekend with my two kids. Although my child is usually a little afraid of insects, he was captivated by the realistic and beautiful pictures of insects. My little daughter was glued to the insect video section. It was a valuable opportunity for me to look at a photo of a swallowtail that was hit by a car and think about life. I was at a loss as to how to spend the hot summer vacation with my children, but it was nice to be able to park my car even on the weekends, and it was cool inside.

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松山貴史(まっつぁん) 10 months ago

I visited the museum to see a national treasure coming to Fukushima! I'm grateful that I can take photos. It's wonderful to be able to see up close a national treasure folding screen that everyone knows that has been reproduced using Canon's high-definition technology. It's worth a look

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蛭田江利子 10 months ago

I went there for the first time. It has a retro-modern design that makes it hard to believe that it was built in the electric power industry back in the day. Moreover, I learned for the first time that the building was completed in 1923. I really enjoyed seeing this exhibition.

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Ao a year ago

When I visited, admission was free. This wonderful building, designated as a city tangible cultural property, hosts special exhibitions. The female staff member at the entrance was very polite and nice. There are some places where you cannot take photos, so please be sure to check before taking photos.