haku.jpgBuilt in Taisho 9 (1920), the museum, which resides in what was once a tax office, is a combination of modern and retro.
The name of the Hakurankan is a compound word with the "museum" and "fair".
The museum is divided into corners introducing exhibits on water, history, skills, Gujo odori,
Use this as a starting point for exploring the beautiful castle district and Guj- Hachinman on foot.







Visitors to the museum can receive a pamphlet with a special walking guide map.
In addition, advanced booked groups can receive a guided tour from our helpful staff. (First-come-first-served basis).
※Please make your group and bus parking reservation in advance.







Entrance fee

Only the Hakurankan
Adult ※1 ¥520
Children ※2 ¥310


 Hachiman Castle + Hakurankan Ticket image2.gif oshirio1gif.gif haku.jpg
 Adult ※1 ¥650  
 Children ※2  ¥350   Hachiman Castle + Hakurankan

※1 Adult: High School and up ※2 Children: Elementary to Junior High

※ Under Elementary: Free



Open 9:00~17:00 ※During Gujo Odori festival season in summer until 18:00
Closed Dec 24 to Jan 2  
20 Regular car spaces
(¥310 / 3hrs)
5 Bus spaces
(¥2,060 / 3hrs)
※If the Harkurankan parking is full, please use other city parking lots.
※Please make bus parking reservations in advance.