Great for learning the basic structure of a machiya.
A facility where you can tour the traditional townhouses of Imai-cho.
The building in the early 18th century has been demolished and repaired once and restored to its original shape.
From the outside, it looks like a one-story building, but it has a structure called “Tsushi 2-story gabled structure” with a room on the second floor.
Inside, there is a street on the east side, and at the north end there is a “Shimomise” (a room that serves as an auxiliary role between the Mise), and the living area is a “2-row, 6-room type” that is the basic structure of Imai Machiya. I am.
You can take off your shoes, go up to the room, go up the ladder stairs and see the second floor, so you can enjoy a leisurely tour of the interior.
I introduced it briefly, but when you actually come to the site, you can experience the history and tradition more concretely with the locals.
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