Sano Tsunetami Memorial Museum

Sano Tsunetami Memorial Museum
Sano Tsunetami Memorial Museum
Sano Tsunetami Memorial Museum

This memorial museum celebrates the achievements of Sano Tsunetami, a well-known politician from Saga, and features a training facility themed on “Fraternity.” It is adjoined by a historical park with the ruins of the Saga Domain Navy Yard, which is said to be the origin of Japan’s modern science technology. The museum exhibits the materials related to Sano, who is also known as a founder of Japan Red Cross Society, and his personal articles and serves as a facility for human resource development where people can learn about the achievement of Sano as well as the spirit of humanity and fraternity through volunteer activity, lifelong study and local community exchange activity.

Basic information

Address 446-1, Hayatsuetsu, Kawasoe-machi, Saga City (佐賀市川副町大字早津江津446-1)
Official Name Sano Tsunetami Memorial Museum
Closed - Mondays
If Monday is a national holiday, the next day will be the substitute holiday.
- Year End and New Year's Holidays
Opening Hours 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
*Exhibition Room closes at 5:00 PM.
Access Take a Saga City Bus (Hayatsue Line) from JR Saga Station and Get Off at Sano Tsunetami Kinenkan Stop (40 Min. Ride) / 5 Min. Walk from the Bus Stop
Parking Availability Free Parking Available for 20 Cars
Cell Phone Battery Charging Unavailable
Wi-fi Availability Available in All Areas
Credit Card Acceptance Not Accepted
Estimated Time to Enjoy 30 Mins~1 Hour
Admission Fee Admission Fee for Exhibition Room
Adults (Aged 18 yrs and older) 300 Yen
Children (Elementary, Junior High and High School Students) 100 Yen
Reservation Reservation is Needed for a Group of 20 People or More
Tobacco Only in designated smoking area
MAPCODE 87 145 539*67


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