At the Hachinohe Portal Museum “hacchi”, over 200 of “Yawata-uma”, a traditional craft made by the prefectural traditional craftsman, Nojiro Okubo will welcome you at the entrance. The facility has exhibition booths in the form of yatai (stall) for local foods, festival, history and culture, and also morning markets and yokocho (alleyway off the main street, usually there are shops and dining, etc.). Visitors can find Hachinohe’s attraction through the year.
Furthermore, there are café, shops selling original items, exhibition and shop of local arts and crafts. It is the place to feel the heart of northern region, Hachinohe, through the communication with locals.
- Telephone Number
- Second Tuesday of the month (following day will be closed when Tuesday is national holiday), December 31st and January 1st.
- Free *Depending on events, admission fee is required.
- JR Hachinohe Station
11 minute walk
Hachinohe Portal Museum “hacchi”
- Hachinohe Portal Museum“hacchi”See trip advisor
- Free Wi-Fi
- Tax Free
- Parking Lot
- Face Masks