Kanonji City is famous for its coin-shaped sand painting “Kanei Tsuho”.
It is a museum created by volunteer citizens in 1988 after the Zenigata.
About 2000 coins from 125 countries, as well as coins from each country and old coins, are on display in the museum.
You can learn while looking at the illustrated explanations that make it easy to understand the history and importance of money.
There are also rare exhibits such as the chips of 100 million yen worth of banknotes and the world’s largest stone money on Yap Island.


Facility information

Admission fee

* Common to both Coin Hall and Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Hall in the world
General 300 yen (200 yen)
Elementary and junior high school students 150 yen (100 yen)
() Indicates a person with a disability (confirmation with a disability certificate is required). Or a group of 20 people or more.

Opening hours


closing day

Year-end and New Year holidays (December 29-January 1)

Contact Us

World Coin Hall (Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Hall) Tel: 0875-23-0055