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“Echigo-Tsumari Art Field 2024 Winter” Common Tickets
2024/1/13~ on sale

“Echigo-Tsumari Art Field 2024 Winter” program will start on Saturday, January 13, 2024. During this program, we will be selling special discount Common Tickets.  Showing the common Ticket will get you a discount on admission and experience fees for some programs! Please make full use of the Common Ticket and enjoy the winter in Echigo-Tsumari.

Ticket Details

【Fee】Adults ¥2,000, Children 6- 15 years old ¥800
【Valid period】2024/1/13 – 3/10  *Sale period of validity
【Sales locations】Museum on Echigo-Tsumari, MonET/Matsudai “NOHBUTAI”/ Matsudai History Museum/Last Class Sansho House/Kyororo/House of Light/Kiyotsu Gorge Tunnel/Tokamachi City General Tourist Information Center/Matsudai/Matsunoyama Onsen Tourist Information Center/Tsunan Town Tourist Association

<Facilities open to the public>
・Museum on Echigo-Tsumari, MonET
・Matsudai ”NOHBUTAI” Field Museum
・The Last Class
・Echigo-Matsunoyama “Forest School” Kyororo
・House of Light
*Only one admission for each Common Ticket is allowed.

<Facilities with discount privileges>
・Tunnel of Light: ¥500 discount for adults, ¥50 discount for Children 6- 15 years old
・FC Echigo-Tsumari Stretching Class: 100 yen discount
*The common winter ticket is not valid for admission. (limited to one time use of each privilege).

Please note that tickets are non-refundable and non-reissuable.
*Please note that programs are subject to change or be cancelled due to weather conditions.
*You cannot see “Ryōkan in the Snow” by Tanaka Min with the common ticket. Please purchase “ETAT 2024 Passport with Tanaka Min “Ryōkan in the Snow””, if you want to see the performance.

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