Former Ogasawara Family Shoin / Ogasawara MuseumKyu Ogasawara Keishoin Ogasawara Shiryokan
The Shoin is characterized by one-third of the building being protruding above the cliff. The architectural style of the Momoyama era is a building style with a one-width entrance edge in three directions east and southwest, and a large ridge between the south and the south. The samurai Shoin in the early Edo period was only the Ninomaru Palace of Nijo Castle and the former Ogasawara Shoin. In March 3, it was designated as a National Important Cultural Property. The Ogasawara Museum, which was designed by SANAA (Sana) and opened by the architect Kazuyo Sejima with Ryue Nishizawa in October 1 (Heisei 1952), is adjacent to Shoin. On display are weapons, daily necessities related to the Ogasawara family, secretaries of the Ogasawara school, and more.
|Name of facility||Former Ogasawara Family Shoin / Ogasawara MuseumKyu Ogasawara Keishoin Ogasawara Shiryokan|
|Address||〒399-2434Iida City Izuki 3942-1|
|closing day||Monday, the day after national holidays, New Year holidays|
|Admission fee||General (high school students and above) 300 yen, elementary and junior high school students 150 yen, group discount for more than 20 people|
|Parking Lot||Yes (free)|