Special exhibition “The Jinshin War”
Exhibition period: March 26 (Fri) – May 16 (Sun), 2021
The Jinshin War of 672, is said to be the biggest war in the ancient history of Japan, when Prince Oama (?–686) raised an army against his nephew Prince Otomo (648–672), the son of his brother Emperor Tenji (626–672).
With his base in Gifu, Prince Oama won the battle and became Emperor Tenmu, promoting centralization and improvements to the Ritsuryo system (the governmental structure defined by ritsu, the criminal code, and ryo, the administrative and civil codes).
In this exhibition, we trace the details of the Jinshin War from archaeological and historical materials, and also look at the local ruling families of Gifu who fought under Emperor Tenmu, and the situation of Gifu as the Ritsuryo system was developed.
Special exhibition The Jinshin War: Overview
|Event period||March 26 (Fri) – May 16 (Sun), 2021|
|Closed||March 29 (Mon)
April 5 (Mon), 12 (Mon), 19 (Mon) & 26 (Mon)
May 6 (Thu) & 10 (Mon)
|Hours of operation||9:00 am–5:00 pm (Entry until 4:30 pm)|
|Venue||Special exhibition room on the 1st floor of Gifu City Museum of History|
600 yen for high school and up; 300 yen for elementary/junior high school students
* Free admission for those below.
(1) Holders of physical disability certificate, mental disability certificate, rehabilitation certificate, or medical care recipient certificate for intractable diseases and one attendant (Please show the verification documents at the entrance).
(2) Elementary and junior high school students in Gifu City.
(3) Junior high school students and younger visiting on Family Day: April 18 (Sun) & May 16 (Sun).
- We are implementing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections. Depending on the congestion, admission may be restricted. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
- Some exhibitions are subject to change during the exhibition period.
- If there is no display period noted, it will be displayed throughout the exhibition.