It was built in the early Showa era and relocated and restored in 1991 to the Minoge district of Hadano City. In April 2020, it was registered as a national tangible cultural property as a relic related to leaf tobacco cultivation. It is an important building for learning about farmhouse architecture in the early Showa era. The structure is in an architectural style typical of tobacco farmers at the time, with four rooms in the shape of a square. Agricultural tools and daily necessities are also displayed on the dirt floor, making it a valuable learning facility. We also offer villager experiences, rice harvesting, moon-viewing parties, etc. There are also regular hikes around the area.
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Odakyu Line Hadano station