Mimasaka / Tsuyama

Tsuyama Manabino Railway Museum

Japan, Otani, Tsuyama City, Okayama Prefecture 708-0882

The Tsuyama Manabino Railway Museum is the former Tsuyama fan-shaped locomotive depot, with a space to display rolling stock, turntables, steam locomotive wheels, etc., as well as a space where you can learn about the history of Okayama's railways and the workings of railways while experiencing them. It consists of a space displaying a diorama of the cityscape. The former Tsuyama Fan-shaped Locomotive Depot, built in 1936, is a valuable facility and is the second largest existing facility in Japan. The DE50-1, a diesel locomotive equipped with a high-horsepower engine and the only one produced in Japan, is preserved. A must-see for anyone interested in trains and locomotives.

Business Time

9:00-16:00 (Admission until 15:30) Closed: Mondays (the next day if Monday is a holiday), December 29th to 31st

Telephone number 0868-35-3343
Website http://www.tsuyamakan.jp/manabi/
  • ・About 15 minutes from Tsuyama IC on the Chugoku Expressway Parking lot: 35 regular cars ・About 10 minutes walk from JR Tsuyama Station
Language 日本語
Other Admission fee: 310 yen for adults, 100 yen for elementary and junior high school students, free for infants and people with disabilities.

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