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Kominka Yamaju-tei was the farmhouse residence of a wealthy Meiji period (1868–1912) farmer. The architecture is very luxurious for a farmhouse, with every element from the enormous gate to the roof built in a rare and exquisite manner. The house has been restored and preserved to authentically portray the lifestyle of the wealthy farmer at the time. In 2009, it was registered as a national tangible cultural asset and opened to the public. In recent years, its magnificent atmosphere has attracted tourists from both Japan and abroad, particularly as a location for cosplay photography. (Special permission is required for cosplay photography.)
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours.
|Closed||Every Tuesday, the day following national holidays, Year-end and New Year holidays|
|Costs||General admission: free of charge, exclusive use: 1,500 yen for 4 hours|