Gosho Dolls Preserved by the Maeda Family
A display of 200 gosho dolls, including dolls wearing costumes with the Maeda family crest, the Tokugawa family crest and the Nabeshima family crest.
Various dolls such as dolls wearing Chinese costumes and crawling dolls, which have been cherished by members of the Maeda family who wished for their children to grow up in peace.
Gosho dolls are considered to be the most well finished traditional Japanese dolls. Those that have been preserved by the Maeda family have a long and distinguished history that goes back many generations.Apr 21 - June 27, 2022 Closed on Wednesdays, Thursdays when Wednesday falls on a national holiday
Schedule9:00〜17:00 (last admission at 16:30)
Ages 19 & over 700yen Age 13 up to 18 300yen Age 6 up to 12 250yen Group Rate (more than 20 people) Ages 19 & over 600yen Age 13 up to 18 250yen Age 6 up to 12 200yen Admission for disability people Ages 19 & over 350yen Age 13 up to 18 250yen Age 6 up to 12 200yen