The Kamada Foundation Museum was established in 1925 (Taisho 14) by Kamada Foundation.
Our permanent collection contains about 60,000 documents and
materials of Tsuken Kume and local historical documents.
Once you enter the museum, a registered Japanese Tangible Cultural Property,
you will be transported to the Taisho period.
Prepare to discover the exquisite architectural style and
the beautiful antique furnishings from that era.
We hope you will enjoy your visit at our museum.
The museum preserves and displays the data of Tsuken Kume who was prominent in various fields.
Our collection also contains historical manuscripts, illustrations and archeological treasures from the local region.
Kamada Foundation Museum
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