The Toba Sea-Folk Museum was founded to preserve the knowledge and history of Toba’s fishing traditions and culture, and is the only museum in Japan dedicated to understanding the traditions of Toba’s fisher-folk, and the relationship between man and the sea. The museum features a popular exhibit on Ama (female divers) culture, designated the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Japan and Mie Prefecture. The wooden exhibition halls with a large space has garnered numerous awards including the Prize of Architectural Institute of Japan.
The unique reception with about 100 participants can be held at the Exhibition Hall A that is designed to look like the bottom of an old ship. The lecture and the conference with about 90 participants can be held at the Projection Room in the Exhibition Hall A.
|Exhibition Hall A||627||120||Please inquire|
|Projection Room||91||90||90||2,000 Yen/half day 3,500 Yen/all day
+Admission fee 800 Yen/person
Operating hours for convention facilities: 9:00～17:00（until 16:30 between December 1 and the end of February. Please contact us for the use after 17:00)
Closed: June 25 to June 30, December 26 to December 30
Reservation start date: At all times
Wi-Fi Areas: N/A
35 min. drive from JR・Kintetsu Toba station
40 min. drive from Ise Exit of Ise Expressway
Some large-sized buses, 30 standard-sized cars(free parking)
1731-68 Daikichi, Uramura-cho, Toba-city, Mie 517-0025
TEL +81-599-32-6006 FAX +81-599-32-5581