Tradition/Culture

Tazawako
Tazawako

Please have a look the Oncorhynchus Kawamurae found in about 70 years

Tazawako Kunimasu Museum

田沢湖クニマス未来館

It was opened on July 1, 2017 as a base facility to send a message to the history, culture, and future of Lake Tazawa.

Kunimasu is an endemic species of Lake Tazawa that once inhabited only Lake Tazawa all over the world, and became extinct in January 1945 when the introduction of acidic water from Tamagawa began. In addition to breeding and exhibiting the "miracle fish Kunimasu" discovered in Saiko, Yamanashi Prefecture in 2010, the process from the extinction in Lake Tazawa to the discovery in Saiko, fishing gear, dugout canoe, and the lives of people on the shore Many panels and videos explain changes in the environment, changes in the environment, and the biology of Kunimasu.

Detailed Information

Street address
Semboku City Tazawako lagoon-shaped Yoteko Sawa 4
Street address(Japanese)
仙北市田沢湖潟字ヨテコ沢4
TEL
0187-49-8131
Regular holiday
Every Tuesday (the following day if Monday is a national holiday)
Price range
Classification Individual Groups (20 or more)
Adult (more than high school students) 300 yen 200 yen
Children (elementary and junior high school students) 150 yen 100 yen
Under 6 years

free

Street address Semboku City Tazawako lagoon-shaped Yoteko Sawa 4
Street address(Japanese) 仙北市田沢湖潟字ヨテコ沢4
TEL 0187-49-8131
Regular holiday Every Tuesday (the following day if Monday is a national holiday)
Price range
Classification Individual Groups (20 or more)
Adult (more than high school students) 300 yen 200 yen
Children (elementary and junior high school students) 150 yen 100 yen
Under 6 years

free