March 1 to October 31 (Excluding August)
8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.
August 1 to 31
8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.
November 1 to February 28
8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
|Closed days||December 29, December 31 and January 1|
(Up to 29 people)
(30 people or more)
|High school students and younger||
*We may ask you to show student ID.
*If you wish to visit for a school event, please check “Various Booking Forms.”
|Those with relevant certificates||
*If you wish to enter the various facilities as a group, please check “Various Booking Forms.”
Visitors Using Wheelchairs
Takayama Jinya is a building from the Edo period (1603 to 1868). Therefore there are some places where we have not been able to facilitate accessibility for the disabled.
If you use a wheelchair, please understand that we will provide the following support:
- Most of the building is tatami-matted. Accordingly, we ask that you switch to a dedicated wheelchair for the building. (However, we ask that you either climb up the four stairs to the entranceway by yourself or with the assistance of your helper.)
- We will set up slopes for those who have difficulty climbing stairs. (It will take a little time to set up these slopes.) Please cooperate in getting those accompanying you to wipe the tires of your wheelchair. If you will use the slopes, we will ask for the assistance of those accompanying you.
There is only one multipurpose restroom that can be used in a wheelchair. Please understand that this is unisex.
There is also a multipurpose restroom in Takayama Jinya Square.
Takayama Jinya is a building from the Edo period (1603 to 1868). Therefore, please understand that we will refuse admission to those with pets except for service dogs (guide dogs, assistance dogs and hearing dogs). If you wish to enter without your pet, please put your pet in the place designated by the staff and cooperate with us when entering.
Photography and Media Coverage
You will need to make a booking in advance for photography and media coverage (e.g., magazines and television). Please check “Various Booking Forms.”