Saiku Historical Museum counts among its collection items related to the unwed Saio princess, who served the goddess enshrined in Ise Jingu during the Heian Era. The museum houses Saio’s activities written in the classic works of literature such as “The Tales of Ise” and “The Tale of Genji” as well as finds from excavations that are still ongoing. Saiku Historical Museum features a lecture hall where educational gatherings and speaker events can be held. Within the Saiku remains where the museum is located, there are the Saiku Heian Era Park and the Itsukinomiya Hall of History, where visitors can feel and experience the palace of the Saio princesses in the Heian Era.
The lecture hall seats up to 128 visitors, and is equipped with a projector, screen, sound and lighting systems. In addition to educational gatherings and speaker events, videos can also be screened. Furthermore, part of the entrance hall can be used as a venue for exhibitions and poster sessions.
|Lecture Hall||136.64||128||9:00-17:00 10,670
Operating hours for convention facilities: 9:00～17:00
Closed: Mondays (Except for holidays on Monday), the following days of holidays(the museum is open in the case when the day falls on Saturday or Sunday), December 29 to January 3
Reservation start date: From the first day of March for the next fiscal year
Wi-Fi Areas: N/A
15 min. walk from Kintetsu Saiku Station
20 min. drive from Tamaki Exit of Ise Expressway
10 large-sized bus parking (free parking), 200 standard-sized cars (free parking)
503 Meiwa-cho Takegawa, Taki-gun, Mie 515-0325
TEL +81-596-52-3800 FAX +81-596-52-3724