A number of valuable materials are on display to inspire visitors to think about why the legend of the Namahage ritual remains in the land of Oga.
The display of more than 100 and 150 Namahage masks at once is an impressive sight.
The masks are collected from each area of district and have their own unique styles and designs so rich in originality that it is hard to believe they are the same.
The "Makeover Corner" where you can dress up as a Namahage is also popular for commemorative photos.
At the souvenir shop, there are a lot of Namahage goods that can only be bought here.
Last Update: 2020-12-22
Use Namahage Line and turn left at the stone sign that has Namahage illustrations on it.
Right next to the museum are the Folklore Museum, Thousand Buhdda Statue, and Shinzan Shrine.
- Public Bus
No Public Transportation Available. Using the reservation share taxi, Namahage Shuttle is recommended.
- Business hours:
- 8:30AM to 5PM
- Regular holiday:
- Always Open