- Katsushika-ku Yamamoto-tei
A residence that boats the beauty of modern Japanese-style architecture
A residence that was built at the end of the Taisho period and structurally altered towards the start of the Showa period. A wooden Japanese-style house with two floors, it also has a Western-style parlor with a stone-built mantelpiece and stained glass. The garden is well-received both domestically and overseas. It is a cultural asset registered with Katsushika Ward. A historical building selected by Tokyo.
*The information in this article was accurate at the time of the interview and it is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information before visiting.
*The above article is based on coverages made until March 2019.
|9:00am-4:30pm (closes at 5:00pm)
|Every third Tuesday, days after public holidays, every third Tuesday to Thursday in December
|NOTES RE: CLOSINGS
|Open during Golden Week, the Bon holidays, and the year-end and New Year holidays
|Entry fee = 100 yen for high school students or older, free for middle school students or younger/matcha with sweets = 600 yen/
|Joint entry ticket with the Katsushika Shibamata Tora-san Museum
550 yen for adults. Free for those who present a handicapped person identification card and their caretakers
|7-19-32 Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
|8 minutes by foot from Shibamata Station on the Keisei Kanamachi Line
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