Itokoku History Museum


The Itokoku History Museum displays precious archeological materials unearthed within Itoshima City in a way that allows visitors to gain a good understanding of the chronological history of the Itoshima region. Among these materials is the largest copper mirror in the world, the Naiko Kamonkyo, which is significant in terms of Japan’s birth as a nation.
Cultural lectures and special exhibits are also regularly held at the museum, providing opportunities to experience Itoshima’s history, environment and culture.

*Accessibility: Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms; elevator; guide dogs permitted

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 819-1582 福岡県糸島市井原916
Address 916 Iwara, Itoshima City, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 092-322-7083
Contact Itokoku History Museum
Fax Number 092-322-7082
Closed Every Monday (Tuesday in the event of a holiday); December 29 - January 3
Car Park 50 vehicles (bus parking spaces also available)
Access By train and car - 8 minute drive from Hatae or Susenji Stations on the JR Chikuhi Line
By bus - 10 minute walk from Showa “Koso” Bus stop on the Kawabaru Line
By train and bus - from JR Hatae Station, take the Suibaiji Line minibus to Mikumomiya Mae bus stop (15 minute walk from there)

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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