Welcome to the Hagi Uragami Museum

Hagi Uragami Museum

The Hagi Uragami Museum was founded in 1996 to preserve and exhibit a splendid collection of oriental arts donated by Hagi-born entrepreneur Toshiro Uragami. His outstanding collection includes about 5,300 ukiyoe works by leading artists such as Utagawa Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Kuniyoshi, about 500 oriental ceramic wares from China and Korea, and about 750 modern potteries (as of 2015). The building expanded in 2010 with the addition of the Pottery Annex in order to accommodate additional ceramic art, including Hagi ceramics representing a history of 400 years. “Michelin Green Guide Japan 2009” rated the Museum as a two-star tourist attraction – the highest ranked attraction in Yamaguchi Prefecture, in addition to “Kintai Bridge”, one of the three most beautiful bridges in all of Japan.


9:00 to 17:00 (The last admission: 16:30)


Monday (except for Holiday Mondays), the year-end and New Year holidays, for set-up and decommissioning of exhibits


General Admission: Adults ¥300 (¥240) Students ¥200 (¥160)
* Fee in parentheses is a rate for a group of 20 or more.
* The Hagi Uragami Museum offers free admission to all seniors (70 and older), youth under 18, junior high and high school students, and students with special needs.
* Extra charges are made for special exhibitions. Rates vary individually.

Getting to the Museum

From JR Shin Yamaguchi Station

From Yamaguchi Ube Airport

By Car

By JR San-in Honsen Line


Restrooms and elevator for visitors with disabilities, 5 wheelchairs, 2 strollers, nursing room (with nursing cribs, no hot-water system available), free parking for 50 cars

Contact Information: 586-1, Hiyako-machi, Hagi-shi, Yamaguchi 758-0074
Phone: 81(0)838-24-2400
Fax: 81(0)838-24-2401
Website: https://www.hum.pref.yamaguchi.lg.jp/

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