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[2012年4月1日]

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Old Samurai Houses of Sakura

In the Edo period there were many samurai houses in the castle town of Sakura. Today, the old houses of the Kawara, Tajima and Takei families which are open to the public, tell us much about the way of life of the samurai.

Access: 10-minute walk from JR Sakura Station or take the bus for Keisei Sakura Station or Tamachi and get off at Miyakojimachi bus stop, then walk 5 minutes20-minute walk from Keisei Sakura Station or take the bus for JR Sakura Station and get off at Miyakojimachi bus stop, then walk 5 minutes.
Open: 9:00 am to 17:00 pm (admission until 16:30 pm)
Closed: Mondays, (Tuesday, when Monday is a public holiday), year-end & New Year holidays
Admission: \210 for adults; \100 for children
Parking: Available for 10 cars
Tel. No. 043-486-2947
Address: Miyakoujimachi 57

Old Samurai Houses of Sakura

Lord Hotta's Former Residence

The old Hotta House is the former residence of Masatomo Hotta, the last feudal lord of the Sakura clan. The Japanese-styled building and the beautiful outer gardens called 'Sakura-teien' are important cultural assets dating back to the Meiji era.

Access: 20-minute walk from JR Sakura Station or 15-minute walk from Keisei Sakura Station or take the bus for Shisuimachi and get off at Koseien entrance bus stop, then walk 5 minutes
Open: 10:00 am to 16:30 pm (admission until 16:00 pm)
Closed: Mondays, (Tuesday, when Monday is a public holiday), year-end & New Year holidays
Admission: \310 for adults; \150 for children
Parking: Available for 10 cars.
Tel. No.043-483-2390
Address: Kaburagimachi 274

Lord Hotta's Former Residence

Sakura Shinmachi Ohayashikan

This facility provides information on local culture, traditional events, and introduces points of interest. Floats used in the Sakura Festival are displayed here and locals gather to practice folk dancing to the music of 'Sakura-bayashi', an intangible cultural asset of Sakura City.

Access: 10-minute walk from Keisei Sakura Station or 20-minute walk from JR Sakura Station
Open: 9:00 am to 17:00 pm
Closed: Mondays, (Tuesday, when Monday is a public holiday), year-end & New Year holidays
Admission: Free
Parking: Available for few cars only
Tel. No.043-486-4992
Address: Shinmachi 185-1

Sakura Shinmachi Ohayashikan

Sakura Juntendo Memorial Building

Established in 1843, Juntendo was a Dutch medical school and clinic for training many of Japanese best and brightest doctors of western medicine. The remaining surgery and other parts of the original hospital are open to the public as a memorial.

Access: 20-minute walk from JR Sakura Station or 20-minute walk from Keisei Station or take the bus for Shisuimachi and get off at Juntendoh bus stop.
Open: 9:00 am to 17:00 pm (admission until 16:30 pm)
Closed: Mondays, (Tuesday, when Monday is a public holiday), year-end & New Year holidays
Admission: \100 for adults; \50 for children
Parking: Available for 3 cars and 1 large vehicle (reservation required)
Tel. No.043-485-5017
Address: Motomachi 81

Sakura Juntendo Memorial Building

National Museum of Japanese History

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