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Samurai residence former Uchiyama family

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10-7 Shiromachi, Ono, Fukui 912-0087, Japan

The Uchiyama-bukeyashiki is a samurai residence located in the castle town of Ôno in Echizen Province. It was inhabited by the descendents of the chief minister of the Ôno Domain, Uchiyama Ryōkyū, and dates to the Bakumatsu Period with additions in the Meiji Period.

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Mondays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Tuesdays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Wednesdays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Thursdays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Fridays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Saturdays: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Sundays: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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あき 3 weeks ago

It's a pretty grim facility. You can feel the samurai's home from every corner. I think the main attraction is the picture shoji screen. Lighting for photography is provided in the back hallway, and you can turn it on and off by yourself. Please be prepared for your feet to get quite cold in the winter. In addition, you can get Echizen Ono Castle's 100 famous castle stamps and castle stamps here during the winter. If you ask for a castle stamp at the reception desk, you can have it prepared while you are touring the inside.

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senbei tsurikichi 3 months ago

I visited on December 9th. Echizen Ono Castle will be closed for the winter from December 1st, and the person at the Teru Center General Information Center (who happened to be there) told me that they were selling 100 Famous Castle Stamps and Gojo Seals, so I decided to stop by. Uncle nice! However, if you don't pay the admission fee, the 100 Famous Castles stamp is inside the facility and you won't be able to get it. In this facility, the things that the Yamauchi family lived in are beautifully preserved, and their accomplishments and family lineage are also on display, so you can take a leisurely look at them.

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YUKI HIDE a year ago

Onojo City: The former Uchiyama family samurai residence remains today, creating the atmosphere of a castle town that transcends time. The house is a blend of Japanese and Western style, giving you a sense of history while also making you feel at home. If you're talking about luxury, this is a place you'll want to visit during the snowy winter months in Hokuriku.

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wankorochan a year ago

I stopped by on my way to Ono Castle. The entrance fee is 300 yen, and apart from the tools inside, the garden is beautifully maintained. I think it's worth it just to look at the garden.

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あららぎこよみ a year ago

Shiromi shoji screens were installed for a limited time during the summer, allowing you to enjoy the coolness and Japanese feel. In winter, brightly colored picture shoji screens decorate Sukiya-style Shoin.