Hyogo Prefectural Hyogo-Tsumari Museum is located in Hyogo-Tsumari, the birthplace of Hyogo Prefecture.
Hyogo-Hajimari-Kan, a museum facility, and
The first Hyogo Prefectural Office Building, a restored facility of the first Hyogo Prefectural Office Building.
This is a new type of facility that integrates two buildings.
The history of Hyogo Tsu, the origins of Hyogo Prefecture, and the charm of the five Hyogo provinces that make up the prefecture.
We use a variety of methods, including a variety of video and interactive content, to communicate our message!
It is a “Hamidell Hakubutsukan” that is different from conventional museums.
Greetings from the Honorary Director
The ancient Owada no Tomari has been called Hyogo no Tsu since the Middle Ages and prospered as a major port in the Seto Inland Sea. During the Edo period, it was crowded with people traveling on the Saigoku Kaido, and since the 18th century it has become a city where about 20,000 people live. At the end of the Tokugawa shogunate, the port was opened due to treaties with other countries, and about half a year after the opening of the port, Hyogo Prefecture was born here in July 1868. Shunsuke Ito (Hirofumi) was appointed as the first governor, and the former Osaka Town Governor’s Office Hyogo Office became the first prefectural office.
The Prefectural Hyogotsu Museum, which will be established in the place where the prefectural office was founded, is a place for learning and sightseeing consisting of the original prefectural office building, which is a restored original prefectural office building, and the Hyogo Hajimarikan, an exhibition facility for nature, history, and culture. It is a facility where children and adults can enjoy experiencing the history of Hyogo Tsu and the prefecture since its birth, and the regional heritage of the prefecture consisting of five countries.
The first prefectural office will open this fall. I would like many citizens of the prefecture and people from outside the prefecture to visit us. Please come visit us.
Hyogo Prefectural Hyogo Tsu Museum
Honorary Director Makoto Tanabe
Hyogo-tsu is a port city with a history of over 1,000 years, and is the “place of beginnings” where the first prefectural government was located. The Hyogo Prefectural Hyogo-Tsumari Museum, which serves as a base for disseminating the history of Hyogo-Tsumari, the origins of Hyogo Prefecture and the charm and diversity of the five provinces, consists of two facilities: the “First Prefectural Office Building” and the “Hyogo Origin Building”.
At the restoration facility “First Prefectural Office”, which will open on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, you can experience the historical space when Hyogo Prefecture was established. In addition, you can enjoy MR experience at “Virtual VISIT!” And a commemorative photo taken in a temporary prison.
The museum facility “Hyogo Origin Museum,” which will open on November 24, 2022 (Thursday), will offer a variety of graphic, visual, and interactive contents based on the concept of “see, hear, and touch,” including the digital fish catching experience “Ikesu de Touch” and a large theater where visitors can enjoy a historical drama with musical effects. The “Hyogo” Museum will provide visitors with a variety of graphic, visual, and interactive contents that will help them understand how Hyogo was formed and the stories and interesting aspects of its local resources.
Aiming to be a “base facility that discovers a unique history and increases Hyogo fans” that many people from inside and outside the prefecture visit and interact with, fostering attachment to their hometown by widely disseminating various local resources in the prefecture, it is lively. Will be created.
- October 1991
- Local residents’ association requests cities and prefectures to support redevelopment around the Shinkawa Canal
- June 1998
- Hyogo History Museum (tentative name) Basic Concept Review Committee
Participatory experience type that feels familiar with history, consideration of development as a core facility for regional revitalization
- Established a prefectural office birthplace commemorative project study group
- Established the first prefectural government building maintenance review committee
- Established a prefectural office birthplace commemorative project review committee
- May 2017
- At the prefectural and city liaison conference and the prefectural and city coordination conference, it was agreed that the prefecture and city would emphasize the progress of the project.
- March 2019
- Formulation of “Prefectural Hyogo Tsu Museum (tentative name) Basic Plan”
- April 2nd year of Reiwa
- Planning Prefectural Revitalization Bureau Hyogo Tsu Museum Maintenance Office established
- March 3rd year of Reiwa
- “Hyogo Hajimarikan” construction work started
- June 3rd year of Reiwa
- “Hyogo Hajimarikan” exhibition work started
- August 3rd year of Reiwa
- Completion of “First Prefectural Office”
- November 3, 3rd year of Reiwa
- “First Prefectural Office” opened
- September 2022
- Completion of “Hyogo Hajimari-kan” (Hyogo Museum of History)
- November 24, 2022
- Opened “Hyogo-Hajimari-Kan”.