Ota Residence Exhibition Facility
Originally, this residence belonged to Nakamura family who started brewing Homeishu (distilled spirits with medicinal herb).
Originally, this residence belonged to Nakamura family who started brewing Homeishu and Ota family became the owner in Meiji-era.
This resident typifies the house of merchant in modern times and was appointed as a national important cultural property in 1991. Also has been frequently used as a filming location.
At the closing days of the Tokugawa shogunate, the property is known as the lodging site of Sanjo Sanetomi and other seven court nobles in Sonno-Joi Party who escaped from Kyoto.
Information and Access
- Open Hours
- 10:00 ~ 17:00
- Tuesdays (Wednesday when Tuesday is a National Holiday) 12/29 ~ 1/3
- +81 (0)84-982-3553
- 400 JPY/Junior high student and older, 200 yen /Elementary school
- 842 Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-city, Hiroshima Pref. 720-0201
- 5 min. walk from Tomo-Ko bus stop