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- Hattori Family Residence (Arimatsu)
Hattori Family Residence (Arimatsu)
Registered Important Cultural Property of Aichi Prefecture. This is a mansion established in the late Edo era and consisting of one main building, one guest house, a gate, mon-nagaya (houses in a row with the gate), and six storehouses in the large site. Fire protection technology of those days is well preserved with the following architectural styles: renjikoshi, a kind of lattice window; namakokabe, a wall with square tiles jointed with raised plaster; mushikomado, a type of window containing a lattice like an insect cage; nurigome-zukuri, a process used to build a fire-resident wall; and udatsu, a short pillar set on a beam to support a ridgepole. House of Hattori is a representative building of Arimatsu.
Arimatsu 2313, Midori Ward, Nagoya City
|Regular Holiday||Unscheduled closures(Igetaya)|
|Remarks||Currently, tie-dyeing store Igetaya|