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Togyoku Co., Ltd.

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Togyoku Co., Ltd.

Iwatsuki, blessed with the trees and water required in making dolls, and prospered as a post station & castle town on the Nikko Onari Kaido Road since the Edo periodhas become the largest producer of Japanese dolls in Japan. “Togyoku”, which runs “Doll museum”, has been informing visitors of the importance of traditional Japanese culture including the five season-related festivals, through manufacturing and selling of wooden dolls, dolls for the Girl's Festival in March and war helmet replicas for the Boy's Festival in May.


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TEL 0120-39-3501 toll free
Address 1-3-2, Honcho, Iwatsuki-ku Saitama City
Access 1 minute walk from Iwatsuki Station on the Tobu Urban Park Line
Parking Available for 10 cars (1 large vehicle ok)
Closed Closed: (5/6~9/30) Mondays, (10/1~5/1) Open every day
(except 12/31, 1/1, and busy period especially 5/2-5/5)


(How to book your visit)
Contact by phone(10:00~17:00)
Hours (5/6~10/10) 10:00~17:00, (10/11~5/5) 10:00~18:00
Capacity Max. 30 people (if more than 31 people, please contact)
Time required please contact (except December ~ May)
Notes Tour 30~60 minutes Tour + Experience 30~120 minutes


information around the area


Musashi Ichinomiya Hikawa Shrine
phone Office of shrinePhone icon  048-641-0137

It is known to have more than 2000 years of history, and it has been mentioned in the list of shrines from more than 1000 years ago. It is one of the oldest shrines in Japan, and it is also the origin of the area name "Omiya".
1-407, Takahana-cho, Omiya-ku, Saitama City
15 minutes’ walk from Omiya-Koen Station on the Tobu Urban Park Line
20 minutes’ walk from JR Omiya Station East exit
・Hours: Spring/Fall (March, April, September, October)5:30~17:30
・Summer (May to August) 5:00~18:00
・Winter (November to February) 6:00~17:00
Musashi Ichinomiya Hikawa Shrine1


Railway Museum

phone 048-651-0088

It is a leading tourist spot in Saitama full of hands-on experience related to trains. With a focus on real life displays, this facility explains the technical history of trains.
3-47, Oonari-machi, Omiya-ku, Saitama city
1 minute walk from Tetsudo-Hakubutsukan Station on  the New Shuttle 9km from Tohoku Expressway Iwatsuki IC
Hours: 10:00~18:00
Closed: Tuesdays and New Year holidays
Fees: Adults ¥1000
Students (up to high school) ¥500
Children (over 3 years old) ¥200
※We may open on Tuesdays during spring and summer school holidays
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Saitama Omiya Bonsai Art Museum

phone 048-780-2091

The museum introduces Bonsai, which is designated as Saitama’s traditional industry, along with the bonsai culture including bonsai bowls, water stones, pictorial materials, and historical records.
2-24-3, Toro-cho, Kita-ku Saitama City
5 minutes’ walk from Toro Station on the JR Utsunomiya Line 10 minutes’ walk from Omiya-Koen Station on the Tobu Urban Park Line
Hours: March - October / 9:00~16:30
November - February / 9:00~16:00
Fees: Adults ¥300
High school & college students, senior citizens over 65 ¥150
Primary & middle school students ¥100
Saitama Omiya Bonsai Art Museum1