Experience the life of the pirates of the Seto Inland Sea!
The museum presents the maritime history of the Murakami Suigun, known as “the lords of the sea”, who were in control of the Seto Inland Sea during the Sengoku period. The exhibition includes precious documents on the history and culture of the Murakami Suigun and the Imabari area. Visitors can experience the life of a pirate by putting on a suit of armour or paddling against the sea currents while enjoying views of the rapids around the Noshima castle ruins and the Hakata and Oshima Bridges.
|Open 9am - 5pm
|Days Closed for Business
|Closed on Mondays (except public holidays, in which case the museum is closed the next working day), 29 December to 3 January
|Adults 310yen, Students 160yen, Students under 18 and Children are free, Senior Citizens (over 65) 250yen
Discounts for groups of over 20: Adults 250yen, Students 130yen
|50 car parking spaces and 3 coach parking spaces available