Tsukuba Agriculture Research Hall
Tsukuba Agriculture Research Hall showcases research in agriculture, forestry and fisheries.It offers an excellent opportunity to learn how Japanese agriculture developed, and to explore the latest agricultural research in Japan; for example, work on a stable food supply system, producing value-added products, and so on.
We hold open events in spring and summer, which include many researchers and allow visitors to learn about daily meals while having fun.
In spring, the roughly 500 sakura (cherry blossom) trees along the roadside are at their best. Our website offers flowering information.
The hall has two main sections: the Museum of Agricultural Technology Progress houses an exhibition of the many agricultural tools that have enabled the dramatic development of Japanese agriculture, while another area houses wall panels, models and videos showing the latest research results.
- 3-1-1, Kannondai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8517
- Days Closed<>
- Year-end and New Year holidays*
*In addition, the Hall may be temporarily closed on other occasions.
- Open Hours