Kyu Hayashike House Important Cultural PropertyKyu Hayashike Jutaku
It is one of the buildings that tells the history of silk thread that once existed in "Silk Okaya", and has a value in the history of modern architecture. It was built in the 30s and 40s as a house owned by Ichiyamaka Forestry Mill, the owner of Hayashi Kokuzo. Inside the Western-style building, there is a Japanese-style tea room adjacent to the Western-style room. On the second floor of the Japanese-style room, "Kin-kara leather paper" is laid all over the walls, ceiling, sliding doors, and walls between the floors. The main building is carefully crafted in accordance with the traditional style, using selected wood and skillfully adopting a truss-style Western technique. . Designated as Important Cultural Property on December 2002, 14 (Heisei 12). 26 (Heisei 2007) Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry "modernized industrial heritage" certified.
|Name of facility||Kyu Hayashike House Important Cultural PropertyKyu Hayashike Jutaku|
|Address||〒394-0043Okaya City 2-20 Okuracho|
|Opening Hours||9:00～16:30、10:00～15:00（12～2月） ※団体（10名以上）は要予約|
|closing day||Wednesday (open if it is a national holiday), the day after the national holiday, year-end and New Year holidays (December 12-January 29), weekdays during the winter (November 1-March 3)|
|Admission fee||General (high school students and above) 570 yen, elementary and junior high school students 260 yen, group discount (10 or more), free for elementary and junior high school students living in Suwa-gun and high school students living in Okaya City, ILF Douga Museum of Art There is a common ticket with Watanabe Family Residence, Okaya Art Archaeological Museum, Silk Fact Okaya|
|Parking Lot||7 cars (free)|