Admission fee 300Yen
@This samurai residence, built in the middle of the Edo period, has been preserved by the city in its original state. In comparison with samurai dwellings found in other, wealthier, regions of Japan, this particular dwelling is large but austere. Stretching an income considerably smaller than that of retainers in similar positions elsewhere, the builder of this abode allowed no waste and little opulence. Items used in the samurai's daily life are also on display.