The Tsugaru-jamisen Hall is located at the birthplace of Tsugaru jamisen at Kanagi Area of Goshogawara city. Visitors can learn about the history and music of Tsugaru jamisen in addition to listening to live performances. Lessons of Tsugaru jamisen are available when reserved in advance (paid service).
At the exhibition room, visitors can also learn about the origins and history of Tsugaru jamisen as well as Tsugaru folk songs and local entertainment. There is a special area called “Shamisen, the World’s String Instrument” for visitors to enjoy the beautiful sound of shamisen.
Tsugaru jamisen Lesson
A professional Tsugaru Jamisen player will teach you thoroughly. Why not give it a try and experience the Tsugaru jamisen?
|Hours||(April~November) 15:10~17:00, (December~March) 9:30~10:30, 15:10~17:00|
|Fee||1 time (1 group) 30 minutes ¥5,000~ *Entrance Fee is NOT included|
Tsugaru Jamisen Performance
Visitors can see the impressive Tsugaru Jamisen performance every day in addition to learn about the instrument and the songs from the performer.
|Performing Hours||11:00~11:30 13:30~14:00、14：30~15:00
(April ~ November Additional Performance) 10:00~10:30
|Fee||Free Entrance Fee is separate.|
|Address||189-3 Asahiyama Kangi-machi Goshogawara-shi Aomori 037-0202|
|Open||(May ~ October)8:30~18:00 (November ~ April) 9:00~17:00 [Tsugaru Jamisen Lesson] (April ~ November) 15:10~17:00 (December ~ March) 9:30~10:30/15:10~17:00|
Adult ¥500 High School/University Students ¥300 Elementary/Junior High School Students ¥200
[Dazai Memorial Hall “Shayokan”/Tsugaru Jamisen Hall Common Ticket]
Adult ¥900 High School/University Students ¥500 Elementary/Junior High School Students ¥300
[Tsugaru Jamisen Lesson]
1time (1 group) ¥5,000~ (*Entrance Fee is NOT included)