Chikuma City Inari Yamajuku / KurashikanChikumashii Inariyamajuku Kurashikan
From the end of the Tokugawa period to the Meiji era, we restored and rebuilt merchants who had exported raw silk. The storehouse is a “living museum” and displays commercial and folklore materials, showing the former Inariyama's livelihood and life. In addition, from 2:2 pm on the second Saturday of every month, a party to enjoy folk tales and fairy tales is held at the main house.
|Name of facility||Chikuma City Inari Yamajuku / KurashikanChikumashii Inariyamajuku Kurashikan|
|Address||〒387-0021Chikuma City Inariyama 931|
|closing day||Monday (the next day if a holiday), the next day after a holiday, New Year's holiday (December 12-January 29)|
|Admission fee||General (university students and above) 300 yen, high school students 150 yen, junior high school students and under free
20 or more group discount, free for disabled
|Parking Lot||Normal 10 cars (free)|