Niigata Manga Animation Museum
This museum offers the information of comic artists and animation creators related to Niigata, such as Rumiko Takahashi, known for “Urusei Yatsura” and Makoto KOBAYASHI, the creator of “What’s Michael?” Here you can enjoy the devices which adopt symbols of comics and animations.For instance, you can have fun with the characters of Fujio AKATSUKA’s “Osomatsu-kun“ and “Tensai Bakabon”, or try playing a voice actor. Additionally, the museum holds an array special exhibition apart from these permanent exhibitions. The museum store offers a great variety of comic and animation goods, including those related to the current special exhibition.
- Bandai City BP2, 1/F, 2-5-7, Yachiyo, Chuo-ku, Niigata
- Opening hours
- 11:00 ~ 19:00 (Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays: 10:00 ~ 19:00, last entry 18:30)
- January 1 (The facility may be closed temporarily to replace exhibits)
- Admission fee
Permanent exhibition: Adults 200 yen, Junior High School Students 100 yen, Elementary School Students 50 yen (Weekends and holidays: Free for Junior High School and Elementary School Students)
*Fees for special exhibitions differ for each exhibition, you can enter the permanent exhibition with the special exhibition fee.
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Sightseeing Spot in This Area
The Shinano River, Japan's longest river, flows past the city of Niigata in Niigata Prefecture on its way to the Sea of Japan. Near Niigata Station lies the Bandai Bridge (as pictured), a substantial stone bridge known as the landmark of the city. Originally built in 1886, the bridge is now in its third incarnation, and is designated an Important Cultural Property of Japan. For an elegant way to sightsee in Niigata, we recommend traveling down the Shinano River by Water Shuttle. The views of Niigata from the Shuttle's domed glass roof are exceptional.
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