Entrance Hall Exhibit
The entrance hall of the museum has its own exhibition corner, with exhibits that change to fit the occasion, such as seasons, events, current affairs, and special exhibitions.
The entrance hall exhibit is free to visit, so please stop by if you find yourself in the area.
This exhibit is subject to change without advance notice. We ask for your understanding in advance.
Current Entrance Hall Exhibit
Hinamatsuri: Kyoho Hina Dolls
Hinamatsuri, known in English as the Japanese Doll Festival or Girls’ Day, is celebrated in May by displaying hina dolls. These dolls are traditionally given as a gift to baby girls on their first festival, as well as to newly-wed brides.
The Minamisoma Museum is currently displaying a pair of large seated hina dolls from the Kyoho era (1716-1736), in a style that became popular in the middle of the Edo Period.
February 22 (Tues) - March 27 (Sun), 2022
Rice fish (Killifish) aquarium
Local Food Exhibit
A Tour of the Flavors of Minamisoma: Early Spring Edition
An introduction to the flavors of early spring that have become familiar around Minamisoma.
- Tempura-fried hamabofu (plant)
- Tempura-fried konago (fish)
- Fresh seaweed and vinegar dish
- Finely chopped ainame (fish)
- Chives and vinegar-miso dressing
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