[Updated on May 26] About opening of each facility

The Tora-san Memorial Hall, Yoji Yamada Museum, TORASan cafe and Yamamototei were temporarily closed to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infections, but will be opened from Saturday, May 30, 2019.

In addition, when opening the museum, we will work to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, considering the safety of our customers and employees. We apologize for the inconvenience, and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

● Requests to Customers ・ If you have a fever or cough, or if you are not feeling well, please refrain from visiting the museum.
・ Please wear a mask when visiting the museum.
・ Thank you for your cooperation in using the provided hand sanitizer and hand washing.
・ Please keep an interval with other customers (about 1m-2m). Also, please refrain from talking in the hall as much as possible.
・ Entry may be restricted so that the hall is not crowded.
* The use of Yamamototei as a rental room (including tea room) will be suspended for a while.

● Efforts of the facility ・ We will regularly clean the doorknobs and handrails where many customers can touch with disinfectant etc.
In addition, the building will be ventilated regularly.
・ The staff will wear a mask to guide you. Gloves may be worn for some tasks.
In addition, we will thoroughly disinfect our hands by washing our hands, etc., and we will also take temperature measurements before going to work to manage our physical condition.
・ Transparent vinyl curtains are installed at the reception areas to prevent splash infection.

[Tora-san Memorial Museum, Yoji Yamada Museum, TORASan cafe]
(6-22-19 Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)
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[Yamamototei (7-19-32 Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo)]

Katsushika Shibamata Tora-san Memorial Hall (TEL: 03-3657-3455)
Katsushika City Tourism Division (TEL: 03-3838-5558)