See how the samurais of Matsue lived
This former samurai residence was for middle-class samurais of the Matsue clan during the Edo period. Katana drawers, a teethblackening dye set, household furniture and livingware are also on display. Compared to the grand structure and interior of the public area (entrance, drawing room and master’s living room), the private area for family was quite simple and modest. One can have a glimpse of the samurai’s way of living; drawing a sharp line between their public and private life.
|Tel. No. for Inquiries||武家屋敷 TEL：0852-22-2243|
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|Operating Hours||[April to September] 08:30 to 18:30 (Reception is until 18:00)
[October to March] 08:30 to 17:00 (Reception is until 16:30)
[Adults] ¥310 (¥240)
[Elementary and junior high school students] ¥150 (¥120)
*Prices in ( ) are for groups of 20 or more
|Holidays||Open all year round|
|Access||・Approx. 15 mins. by Lake Line Bus from JR Matsue Station, get off at Koizumi Yakumo Memorial Hall bus stop, then walk approx. 2 mins.
・Matsue Bus Location System / "Gurutto" Bus Navigation
|Parking Lot||○ Paid|