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National Treasure West Cocoon Warehouse Conservation Work Viewing Deck

West Cocoon Warehouse Conservation Work Viewing Deck
In West Cocoon Warehouse Conservation Work Viewing Deck, history and conservation plan of West Cocoon Warehouse as well as results of dismantling investigation works are explained through an exhibition displaying video and graphic panels. You can also see real time conservation work in progress through window glasses (partially from the inside too) and feel the atmosphere of a conservation work site. In addition, please enjoy a view of Tomioka Silk Mill from the 3F floor of the viewing deck.
One of this visit facility is (until March 31, 2019) before bare roof being dismantled for a limited time. We are looking forward for your visit.
Iron Water Tank (exceptionnaly open to the public)
You can see the Iron Water Tank - not open to the public so far - together with the conservation work viewing deck.
≪Iron Water Tank >> (Important Cultural Property)
It is a huge water tank built around 1875 in order to store the water necessary for silk-reeling.
Fee, time
Fee :
free of charge
During your visit, please wear the helmet we lend you at the entrance.
※Admission Fee of Tomioka Silk Mill must be paid to get into the mill.

<Opening Hours>
From 09:00 to 16:30 (last admission at 16:00)
※For safety reasons, we limit the number of people allowed to enter the building at a time.