HANAMAKI TOY MUSEUM opened in July 2020 on the second floor of the Marukan Building, a local symbol that has made a miracle comeback from its closure. HANAMAKI TOY MUSEUM is built with lumber from the region and supported by local people. It is a place where everyone can enjoy multigenerational interactions through toys and play.
Due to the ongoing outbreak of the new coronavirus, restrictions on admission to the museum may be imposed.
Most of the wood used for the museum's interior, furniture, and toys is harvested in Hanamaki and Iwate Prefecture.
The processing and construction of these materials is done by the Otomo Lumber Co., Ltd. and other craftsmen in the city and other parts of Iwate Prefecture.
This place, created with local lumber and human resources, will not only serve as a "wood education space" for children to enjoy and learn about the appeal of wood, but also as an example of the use of local lumber as well as a place where citizens can enjoy new activities.
- 岩手県花巻市上町6-2 マルカンビル2F
- Admission: Adult 800 yen, Child 500 yen
- Opening Times
- ・15 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by car from Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Main Line)
・13 minutes by car from Shin-Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Shinkansen)
・15 minutes by car from Hanamaki South Interchange
- Car Park
- Standard car: 200 spaces (100 yen per 30 minutes)
- Official Website
- HANAMAKI TOY MUSEUM
- 2 hours
- Closed during year-end and New Year holidays
- Otomo Lumber Co., Ltd.
- Telephone Number
- Fax Number
- E-mail address