Travel Yamaguchi

Mori Museum

Famous for its autumn leaves. The garden seen from the Emperor's traveling residence is quite the sight.

This residence, built by the Chofu Domain Mori family 14th generation's Mori Mototoshi, was also used as a traveling residence by the Meiji Emperor.

With its entrance with stately construction, this building with its white walls features a central garden, and a traditional sansui garden meant to evoke a landscape.
While strolling around Chofu, why not come by, and enjoy the same garden view once enjoyed by the Meiji Emperor?
Access from Otani Sanso Approx. 65 minutes by car
Recommended by locals

November: Autumn Leaves
*A number of events will be held, and items will be on display

Address 4-10 Chofushosha-machi, Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture 752-0970
Parking Unavailable (*There is paid parking available nearby for 200 yen a day. *Free parking is available at "Chofu Sightseeing Hall" along National Highway 9, approximately a ten minute walk)
Price/s Adults: 200 yen, Middle School Children and younger: 100 yen
Business/Opening Hours 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Final entry at 4:40 p.m.)
Holidays/Closed Days December 28 - January 4
Website Shimonoseki City Public Faciity Management Organization Website: Mori Museum別ウィンドウ