Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Museum

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Kochi is justly proud of its most famous son, Sakamoto Ryoma. A bold political reformer on the late 19th century, Sakamoto was an instrumental figure in the political revolution that led to the Meiji Restoration of 1868. His life and work are commemorated in this museum located on a bluff overlooking the boundless Pacific Ocean.

Access Info

From Kochi Station take a tram to Harimaya-bashi (3rd stop). Walk a little further south to the Minami Harimaya Bus Stop, which is on the left. Take a bus bound for Katsura-hama. Ride for about 40mins and get off at Ryoma Kinen-kan Mae (2nd last stop). The museum is on top of the hill in front of you. Walk up the slope and follow the road on the left.

On weekends and public holidays, a direct bus service from Kochi Station is in operation. Take the My-Yu Bus, and get off at Ryoma Kinen-kan Mae.

Link (Japanese Only): http://www.kochi-bunkazaidan.or.jp/~ryoma/
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