Tsumagojuku Honjin (Nagiso Town Museum)Tsumagojukhonjin Nagisomachi Hakubutsukan
Honjin was served by Mr. Shimazaki for generations, and faithfully reconstructed the building that was demolished in the Meiji 20s by Kosuke Shimazaki, the last brother of Shimazaki Fujimura, in 7, based on a floor plan in the late Edo period in XNUMX. It was restored to.
|Name of facility||Tsumagojuku Honjin (Nagiso Town Museum)Tsumagojukhonjin Nagisomachi Hakubutsukan|
|Address||〒399-5302Nagiso Town Azuma 2190, Kiso-gun|
|Opening Hours||9: 00-17: 00 (Admission until 16:45)|
|closing day||New Year's holiday (December 12-January 29)|
|Admission fee||Common ticket [Wakimotojin Okutani / History Museum, Tsumagojuku Honjin]: General (high school students and above) 700 yen, elementary and junior high school students 350 yen, Single ticket: General (high school students and above) 300 yen, elementary and junior high school students 150 yen, 20 people Above group discount (2 discounts)|
|Parking Lot||Existence (pay, Tsumagojuku-cho managed parking lot)|