Ani Ijinkan & Museum  ~Aniai Sta.~

Ani Ijinkan & Museum  ~Aniai Sta.~

Remnants of former guesthouses for miners, still intact
A Renaissance- and Western-style building as a symbol of Japan's largest copper production

Guide of Spot Introduction
Page last updated: Jan, 28, 2022
Akita Nairiku Line Gatton Gotton

The Ijinkan, built as an official residence for a German engineer who came to the mine in 1879, is filled with a non-Japanese atmosphere. At the museum, you can experience the mining culture of Ani through various exhibits.

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Mon (or the following day if Monday is a national holiday), Dec 29 - Jan 3


Adults: 400 yen, high school and university students: 300 yen, children: 200 yen


Approx. 5-min walk from Aniai Station

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