The Okaya Art and Archaeological Museum was renewed in 2013. The collection of this museum includes artworks (Western and Japanese paintings, block prints, sculptures, calligraphy, and crafts) associated with Okaya City and archaeological artifacts from the Jomon Period to the Heian Period (c. 12th century AD) in Okaya City.
The day following a public holiday
Year end and New Year holidays (December 29th to January 3rd)
Adults (high school age and above) 350 yen
Children (elementary and junior high school students) 150 yen
(A separate fee will be charged for special exhibitions)
Municipal multilevel parking building (free for the first 5 hours)
ILF Plaza north-side parking lot (3 minutes' walk)
There is a parking lot for visitors in wheelchairs on the south side of the building.
5 minutes on foot from Okaya Station on the JR Chuo Line