A museum dedicated to manga artist Yumiko Igarashi of “Candy Candy” which became a blockbuster hit in the girls comic “Nakayoshi” is full of dreams, hopes and sparkles for girls★
Nostalgic autographed original drawings, original drawings of illustrations for new works “Kurashiki Story,” and goods are exhibited. “Princess experience” which gives you the opportunity to actually wear the dresses of the princesses that Yumiko Igarashi draws is very popular from little girl princesses to lady princesses in their eighties.
Open／10:00 am to 5:00 pm
(Golden Week holidays, summer vacation / 9:00 am to 6:00 pm)
Open throughout the year
600 yen, Junior and senior high school students：400 yen, Children：300 yen
Adult：450 yen, Junior and senior high school students：300 yen, Children：200 yen
●20 or more persons accepted as a group.
●The fee is 50% off for any person with a physical disability certificate and his/her caretaker.
●The fee is 50% off for any person 65 years old or older with identification.
●Contact the museum staff for other discounts.
Museum of girl’s comics that brings together love and happiness again
Yumiko Igarashi Museum
9-30 Honmachi, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture 710-0054
TEL 086-426-1919 FAX 086-426-1912
Kurashiki’s princess boom！
Now very popular in mass communication media Girls love the world of princesses！
“Princess experiences” of Yumiko Igarashi Museum have been featured on TV and in newspapers, and other forms of media in Japan and overseas, and various sweets and experiences in tribute to princesses have been brought together by neighboring sightseeing facilities, and now Kurashiki is in the midst of a princess booms, being called princess town.
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