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Maejima Memorial Museum

The Maejima Memorial Museum was built to commemorate the beginning of Japan's postal delivery system which began in Joetsu City, Niigata Prefecture on January 7, 1931. Maejima is known as the father of Japan’s modern postal system. Here you can find displays of his historic memorabilia, letters dating from the period, postal stamps, and learn about the history of telecommunications. There are a total of about 200 items you can look at.

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Name of places: Maejima Memorial Museum
Address: 1317-1 Shimoikebe, Joetsu-shi, Niigata
Traffic access(train): About a 15-minute drive from Takada Station.
Traffic access(bus): Take a Kubiki Bus bound for Okada/Uragawara and get off at Mitsuo. From there it's about a 5-minute walk.
Traffic access(car): Take the Joetsu exit of the Hokuriku Expressway. From there, take Route 18 south about 5km. Turn left at the Rittai intersection. Take national road 302 east for about 3km. It takes about 15 minutes.
Tel: 025-524-5550
Fax: 025-524-5550
Business hours: 9:00~16:00
Average time to see: 60min
Holidays: every Monday
Closed holidays. If the holiday falls on a Monday it will be closed Tuesday. Also closed between December 29 and January 3.
Fee: Free admission.
Car parking: Free parking
Link outside: Maejima Memorial Museum

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