In-house Services

Museum Cafe

A museum café will be opened in the Toritsugu Office of the first prefectural government building to serve as an exchange space for visitors to the museum from within and outside the prefecture, and to convey the charms of the five Hyogo provinces through food and drink.

Barrier-free information

Barrier-free information on the facility is as follows

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  • Wheelchair-accessible parking section available
If facilities are available
(Blue display)
  • No wheelchair-accessible parking section
If equipment is not available
(Gray display)
parking lot premises
aisle
(In front of the building)
Main External
exit and entrance
toilet guidance guidance elevator (aviation) infants
corner
Other
  • Parking lot available
  • Wheelchair-accessible parking section available
  • There is a flat
  • No steps/stairs
  • No ramp
  • Automatic door available
  • No opening door (manual)
  • Without sliding door (manual)
  • Western-style toilets available
  • Baby chair available
  • Diaper changing table available
  • Wheelchair-accessible restrooms available
  • Ostomate-accessible toilets available
  • No nursing bed
  • Blocks are available to guide the visually impaired
  • Voice guidance and audio guidance available
  • Braille information board available
  • Reception information desk available
  • Elevator available
  • Elevator for wheelchair users available
  • Elevator with Braille and audio available
  • Nursing room available
  • No play corner or nursery
  • Wheelchairs available for rent
  • Baby strollers available for rent
  • Writing boards and hearing aids available
  • AED available
Description.
  • The entrance and exit of the Hyogo Harimari Pavilion is flat, while the entrance and exit of the First Prefectural Office Pavilion has stairs and a ramp.
  • Shared restrooms equipped with barrier-free facilities are located on the first floor of Hyogo Hajimari-Kan and in the first Prefectural Office Building.
  • Wheelchairs and baby carriages are available for rent. Please inquire at the reception desk of each building.
  • Parking spaces are available only for vehicles used by disabled persons. Please contact the Hyogo Prefectural Hyogo-zu Museum (TEL 078-651-1868) in advance of use.
  • You can enter with a guide dog, service dog, or hearing dog.

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