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The museum consists of a few dated rooms, each about few hundred sq feet. All exhibits are in Japanese only. So unless one knows Japanese, it is a waste of time. To rub salt into the wound, the admission is 500 yen. We spend 10...More
This place is up on the hill and we drove up and parked in front of the museum. The exhibition is about the history of Gero, but the highlight is the panoramic view of Gero from the bridge right in front of the museum.
The exhibits do not have much English but you can read Chinese you can probably deduce what they roughly mean. Gives an interesting information about different kinds of Onsens in Japan. May not warrant a visit on its own but worth dropping in amidst shopping...More