Matsumoto City Important Cultural Property Takahashi Family ResidenceTakahashike Jutaku
It was owned by the domain for generations as the residence of the Matsumoto domain, and was used as the official residence. It is estimated to have been built around 1725 (Kyoho 10), and has never been on fire since its construction, and is the oldest surviving samurai residence of the Matsumoto domain. It was designated as an important cultural property of Matsumoto City in 1969 (Showa 44), and the life of the Matsumoto clan can be extended to the present.
|Name of facility||Matsumoto City Important Cultural Property Takahashi Family ResidenceTakahashike Jutaku|
|Address||〒390-0876Matsumoto City Kaichi 2-9-10|
|Museum Hours of Operation||9: 00-17: 00 (admission until 16:30) * Opening date required|
|Museum Holidays||Monday to Friday (open from March to November and holidays), Monday to Saturday (December to February), New Year holidays (December 3 to January 11)|
|Museum Admissions Fee||Adult (more than high school student): 400 yen
Child (junior high school students and under: 200 yen
*Group discount for groups of 20 or more
* Exemption for persons with disabilities and their caregivers (1 person).Please contact us for other information.
|Parking Lot||No, free parking available at the old Kaichi School|