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[Hotta Family Residence]

A historic building with features of Owari townhouse architecture

The Hotta family is an ancient family whose members served as Shinto priests at Tsushima-jinja Shrine. The family made a fortune in the brewing and banking industries in the Edo period, and served under the Owari Province magistrate of temples and shrines. This residence was the family manor, and was built in the mid-Edo period. It subsequently went through repairs, relocations, and other work to become what it is today. It consists of a main building, a tea room, and three storehouses with earthen walls. You can see the various architectural styles of the periods when the repairs and renovations were done, and get a glimpse of how people lived in the past in parts that are known to have been the living room, servants' quarters, and so on. With features of Owari townhouse architecture evident in its style and layout, the residence has been designated as one of the nation's Important Cultural Properties.
Posted photos The Hotta Family Residence has been designated as one of the nation's Important Cultural Properties.
Address Minamimonzen-cho 1-2-1, Tsushima City, Aichi
Phone Tsushima City
+81-567-24‐1111 (Japanese only)
Opening hours 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Holidays Every Monday (open if Monday is a holiday), December 29th to January 3rd
* The residence is open only to visitors on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays (for groups of 4 people or less). Please check the website for details.
* The residence sometimes closes in the event of bad weather.
Admission fee Adults (high school age and over) 300 yen
Elementary school students and junior high school students 100 yen
Access Take the Meitetsu Tsushima Line from "Meitetsu Nagoya Station" close to "Nagoya Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 30 minutes, alight at "Tsushima Station" and walk for approx. 15 minutes.
URL Tsushima City

updated on Oct 1, 2019

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