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観光客の皆様へのおねがい A request to all visitors

Biei Provincial Museum "Misora" is a facility that provides a place for everyone to learn about history as well as nature of Biei, and to promote culture, education, and science with the aim of enriching the quality of people's life.

In the facility, visitors can learn about the magnificence of nature, including Mt. Tokachi, through the Geopark, and visually recognize the current Biei town, which has developed through the efforts of our predecessors, with video images and floor maps. In addition, there are a variety of exhibits that allow visitors to touch, hear, and see the progress of history with their hands, ears, and eyes.

Astronomical obesevatory is also opened for public with charges.

Address 4-1 Sakae-machi, Biei-chou, Kamikawa-gun, Hokkaido
Access 7-min. walk from JR Biei Station
Parking Please use the Biei Town Hall parking lot across the street.
Opening period All year round
Opening hours 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
*Observatory opens at 10:30 a.m. Admission is until 6:30 p.m.
Closed Closed on Tuesdays (except when Tuesdays are national holidays), New Year holidays (Dec 31 - Jan 5)
TEL +81-166-74-6116
Website https://town.biei.hokkaido.jp/culture/misora/
Fee It is free to enter, but it charges for those whom use the astronomical observatory.

High school students and older (per person)
・Individuals .... 200 yen
・Group with 10 people and more .... 160 yen

*For the Biei residents, Biei high school students, and those with a physical disability certificate, it is free of charge. Identication documents are required.

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