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商家竹屋

 

~ Impressive to see, moving to touch:

a museum where you can experience history and culture ~

     The “Takeya family merchant house of Nakasendo-road, Mitake-Inn”was located along the main road, “Nakasendo”, during the Edo era, and is placed in this once central developed town.

      It is estimated that the main building was constructed around the 10th year of the Meiji era (1877).  With the coming and going of many people and goods, and the hustle and bustle of crowds, it is clear that Takeya family played a central role as wealthy merchants. 

     The building is created simply and dignifiedly suitable for the merchants’ house.  Its construction bears the marks of the remarkable Edo-style architecture in appearance.  At a time that such ancient structures are disappearing, this is a rare case of historical and cultural preservation.  In the 9th year of the Heisei era (1997), Mitake town designated the main building and the tea ceremony room as tangible cultural properties.

 

 
 Hours
Hours  Weekday  10:00a.m.〜6:00p.m.(Admission until 5:30p.m.)
 Weekend・Holiday   9:00a.m.〜5:00p.m.(Admission until 4:30p.m.)
Closed    

  Mondays (Open on holiday Mondays),

  3rd Tuesday, Last Friday,

  New Year Holiday (December 28thJanuary 4th)

Admission   Admission free
 Access
3 minutes on foot from Mitake station on the Meitetsu Hiromi Line

周辺地図

●15 minutes by car from the Toki exit of the chuo Expressway
10 minutes by car from the Kani-Mitake exit of the Tokai-kanjo Expressway

Nakasen-do Mitake Inn

 Takeya Family Merchant House

Address 1406  Mitake ,  Mitake-cho ,  Kani-gun , gifu , Japan  505-0116
TEL (0574) 67−5704
nquiring  Mitake Board of education (Mitake Museum) TEL (0574) 67-7500