Tsugaru Shamisen Hall

History
Restroom
Free Admission
Tattoo-friendly
Unrestricted by Weather

Tsugaru Shamisen Hall is a cultural facility in Kanagi-machi, Goshogawara City, which is said to be the place of origin of Tsugaru shamisen. In the observation room, Tsugaru shamisen as well as other types of Japanese shamisen and various stringed instruments from all over the world are on display, and visitors can listen to the sounds of each one. Other valuable information is also introduced here, including the history of Tsugaru shamisen, folk songs, and local performing arts. In addition, Tsugaru shamisen performances are held every day in the multi-purpose hall. There are also performance workshops available, and with an advance reservation visitors can participate in a lesson taught by a professional player. During Golden Week (a string of national holidays in late April to early May), the national competition for Tsugaru shamisen is held, which has become the base for protecting and sharing the knowledge of Tsugaru shamisen.

Duration
0.5 Hours
Telephone Number
0173-54-1616
Postal code
〒0370202
Address
189-3 Asahiyama, Kanagicho, Gosyogawara City, Aomori
青森県五所川原市金木町朝日山189-3 津軽三味線会館
Method of payment
Cash
Recommended season
April, May, August, September
Business Hours
: 09:00~16:00

Business hours are subject to change. Please check the official website in advance.

Admisson Fee
JPY600 / Adult

University Student : JPY 400
Age 16-18: JPY 400
Age 6-15: JPY 250

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