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Opened in 2004, Hagi Museum is in an impressive, traditional-style modern building. Features mainly local history of Choshu. The Maaru bus stops here. Get off at Hagi Hakubutsukan-mae. 萩博物館前
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Old fire truck.
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Hagi Museum entrance. Open 9 am to 5 pm every day. Admission charged.
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Inside Hagi Museum.
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Scale model of Hagi Castle.
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About Hagi Castle.
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Mori Terumoto headed the Mori Clan who ruled the Choshu domain.
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Mori Terumoto headed the Mori Clan who ruled the Choshu domain.
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Samurai armor
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The Sankin Kotai route the Mori clan took to visit Edo.
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Old map of Hagi.
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Yoshida Shoin's travel route.
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Gallery of notable people from Choshu/Yamaguchi.
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An adjacent building is the Kurashi-no-Yakata. くらしのやかた
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Kurashi-no-Yakata displays old everyday artifacts and billboards from the 1950s. くらしのやかた
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Old shop signs.
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Old billboards. Very eye-catching.
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Old soda bottles like Fanta.
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Old billboards.
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Old electric fans and TVs.
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Old tape recorder.
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Hagi Museum is also near Hagi Castle within walking distance. Also see the white walls.
   
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