Visitors can view a wide variety of displays and exhibits， most of which focus on the regional culture， history， and other aspects of the Nasunogahara area. In addition， the museum also holds regular hands-on activities in which parents and their children can enjoy handicrafts using natural materials. The museum is visited by many people， especially by locals."
|Address||5-1， Mishima， Nasushiobara-shi， Tochigi|
|Business Hours||9:00-17:00 (Exhibition room entrance until 16:30)|
|Days Closed for Business||Monday (open for public holidays)， New Year's Holiday， Fumigation Period.|
|Price||[General] 300yen[High School Students/University students] 200yen[Small/Junior High School Students] 100yen|
|Map Code||121 521 530*08|
The Nasu area, in the northeastern part of the prefecture, is famous for the imperial villa located there, and is one of Japan’s premier resort areas with its expansive highlands. The climate has allowed the development of a thriving dairy industry, and while there, you can visit a dairy farm that is open to tourists and offers delicious sweets made from milk, such as soft-serve ice cream and cheesecake. There are also many family-friendly facilities like Safari Park, amusement parks, and hot spring facilities like Shiobara Onsen.