Goshogawara Tachineputa Festival is one of the four largest summer festivals held between August 4th and 8th. At the Tachineputa no Yakata, three real tachineputa are exhibited. The three neputa begin their parade from the museum.
The exhibition hall is an atrium with an incline around the 23-meter (75 feet) tachineputa so visitors can see it from top to down. Footage from the festival is shown at the exhibition hall. Additionally, visitors can see the making of the tachineputa at the production studio.
The gallery of the museum holds paintings from artists with connection to Aomori. The museum also has a souvenir shop, a restaurant, an observation lounge, and an experiencing room where visitors can make kingyo neputa (goldfish neputa).
Experiencing the Making of Tachineputa
At the Tachineputa production studio, visitors can experience making the tachineputa, including pasting the paper and coloring. Applications can be made on the day of the visit.
*Available for a limited time (Mid-April to Mid-June)
*Advance reservation required for groups larger than 10 people.
|Address||21-1 Omachi Goshogawara-shi Aomori 037-0063
[Tachineputa Exhibition Hall/Art Gallery]
(April~September) 9:00~19:00, (October~March) 9:00~17:00
August 4th ~ 8th 9:00~17:00, August 13th 9:00~19:00, December 31st 9:00~15:00
|Closed||January 1st (May be open. Contact us for details)
|Price||[Tachineputa Exhibition Hall]
Adult ¥600 High School Students ¥450 Elementary/Junior High School Students ¥250
Adult ¥300 High School Students ¥100 Elementary/Junior High School Students ¥100
[Combined Ticket (Tachineputa Exhibition Hall/Art Gallery)]
Adult ¥800 High School Students ¥500 Elementary/Junior High School Students ¥300