Inami Wood Carving Composite Hall
The Inami Wood Carving Composite Hall is a museum in Toyama Prefecture dedicated to the traditional handiwork of the Inami region. It was modeled after the layout of Zuisen-ji Temple, which is believed to be the origin of Inami wood carvings, and it was designed to utilize natural light. The museum showcases around 200 pieces of traditional handicrafts and Inami woodworkings. There are artistic works related to Buddhism and religious temples on display, but there are also items for everyday use. Through the exhibits and information panels, the museum helps to highlight the history and craftsmanship of Inami Wood Carvings.
Inami Wood Carvings are one of the stories designated as Japan Heritage by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
Check out the Japan Heritage website for more details about Inami.
Click here for videos about Inami, interviews with wood carvers, and more.
Photographs provided by the Toyama Tourism Organization
- 0.5 Hours
- Telephone Number
- Postal code
733 Kitagawa, Nanto City, Toyama
- Method of payment
- Official URL
- Recommended season
- January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- Business Hours
Monday･Tuesday･Wednesday･Thursday･Friday･Saturday･Sunday : 09:00~17:00
Final admission 30 minutes before closing.
Closed every 2nd and 4th Wednesday.
If these days are public holidays, the facility will be closed the following day instead.
Closed during the Japanese New Year period.
- Admisson Fee
JPY500 / Adult
Age 6-15: JPY 250
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