福島市古関裕而記念館

 

Overview

The Yuji Koseki Memorial Hall celebrates the life of one of Fukushima City’s most famous people, composer Yuji Koseki, who was born in Omachi in Fukushima City. It was opened on the 12th of December 1988 to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the establishment of Fukushima City. The hall was built to showcase Yuji Koseki’s achievements and spread the “Koseki Melody” as well promote music and culture.

Opening Hours

9:00am ~ 4:30pm (Last Entry 4:00pm)

Cost

FREE

Access from Fukushima Station

 Bus:

270 yen

10 minutes + 3 minutes walk

 Route(s): All Buses
 From: East Exit Bus Stop No. 2 and 3
 To: Nisseki-mae (日赤前)

Map

 

Nearby Tourist Spots

Iwaya Kannon (0.5 km)
Mt. Shinobu (1.3 km)
Kotori no Mori (3.0 km)
Mochizuri Kannon (3.1 km)
Jomopia Miyahata (4.9 km)

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