Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets

Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets

Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets
Kudoyama Sanada Museum E-Tickets

Overview

At the Kudoyama Sanada Museum in Wakayama Prefecture, you can experience the lives of three generations of the Sanada family, Masayuki, Yukimura, and Daisuke, warlords of the Warring States period. Visitors can learn the stories of the father, son, and grandson who lived through the end of this pivotal time in Japanese history. Special exhibitions are also held!

Highlights

  • Experience the trajectory of the three generations of the Sanada family who lived at the end of the Sengoku period
  • The special exhibition "Japanese Swords, Their Charm and Heart" is currently being held (until March 26, 2023)
  • Earn points for every ticket when you buy with your Rakuten account!

Key Information

Description

The Kudoyama Sanada Museum exists to pass down the stories of three generations of the Sanada family Masayuki, Yukimura, and Daisuke (parent, child, and grandchild) to future generations. Masayuki was a military commander who used his ingenuity to survive the Warring States period, based in Shinano Province's Ueda Castle (now Ueda City, Nagano Prefecture). He defeated Ieyasu Tokugawa's large army twice, and after the Battle of Sekigahara, he spent his time at Kudoyama, watching the movements of the world and waiting earnestly for the opportunity to once again test his strength. Yukimura was taught military strategy by his father Masayuki, and when he was taken hostage by the Uesugi and Toyotomi families, he learned a lot from Kanetsugu Naoe and Hideyoshi Toyotomi, who served as chief retainers of Kagekatsu Uesugi. During the summer Siege of Osaka, he slashed into Ieyasu Tokugawa's main camp and cornered him to the point where he was lauded as "the best soldier in Japan" by the Tokugawa side. Daisuke was born in Kudoyama, fought alongside his father in the Siege of Osaka, and shared his fate with his lord Toyotomi Hideyori. Please experience the trajectory of three generations of Sanadawho lived at the end of the Sengoku period!

How it works

***From reservation to entry, it's a simple 2-step process! *** <Step 1> After booking your ticket on Rakuten Travel Experience, an e-ticket will be sent to your registered e-mail address. <Step 2> When you arrive at the facility, please visit the entrance counter and click on the "Voucher" link in the e-mail sent to you at the time of purchase. Please click the "Use"button and show the screen to the staff. (Please ensure that your smartphone can connect to the internet before your visit)