Mint Museum


Mint Museum was originally built as a power plant in 1911 and is the only-lasting brick building within the Japan Mint office which was constructed in the Meiji era.
The building was made into a museum in 1969 in the aim of preserving the building along with introducing the coinage industry.
In 2009, the museum was redesigned into an eco-friendly and visitor-friendly museum by integrating cutting-edge technologies for the exhibitions.

Name of the facility
Mint Museum

1-1-79, Tenma, Kita-ward, Osaka-shi


Nearest station
■Sakuranomiya Station (JR Osaka Kanjo line)▶15 min. walk
■Ōsakatemmangū Station (JR Tozai line)▶15 min. walk
■Minami-Morimachi Station (Osaka Metro Each line)▶15 min. walk
■Temmabashi Station (Osaka Metro Tanimachi line)▶20 min. walk
■Temmabashi Station (Keihan line)▶20 min. walk

Nearest bus stop
Near Sakuranomiyabashi bus stop

Business hours
9:00 am- 4:45 pm (last entry at 4 pm)

Regular holiday
New Year's holiday
Temporary closure

Admission fee

No parking lot for cars and bicycles