Sakura’s Samurai Houses
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Sakura’s Samurai Houses

Sakura City

These are the houses where the samurai of Sakura used to live. Three houses are open to the public these days: the former Kawahara family residence (a cultural property of Chiba Prefecture), the former Tajima family residence (a cultural property of Sakura), and the former Takei family residence. They were built in the late Edo period.

Cultural heritage

Townscape

Japan Heritage

Address
Sakura City 57 Miyakojimachi
URL
Web Site
Tel
043-486-2947
Opening Hours
Admission hours:
9:00-17:00 (admission until 16:30)
Regular Holidays
・Mondays
・New Year's Holiday
Price
Admission fees:
■ Samurai houses only
General: ¥210 (¥150)
Students: ¥100 (¥70)
■ Three-in-one admission ticket
General: ¥540 (¥370)
Students: ¥270 (¥190)
• The price in parentheses applies to groups of 20 or more people.
• The three-in-one admission ticket is a discount ticket that provides admission to the samurai houses, the former Hotta residence, and the Sakura Juntendo Memorial Building.
• Tickets are valid only on the day of purchase, for one person to enter each venue once.
• Three-in-one admission tickets are sold at the samurai houses, the former Hotta residence, and the Sakura Juntendo Memorial Building.
• Elementary and junior high school students are free on Saturdays only.
• Visitors with disability certificates should present them at the ticket window. Up to one person may accompany them for free.
Parking
・10 cars
・Cannot park large cars

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