Tamura Residence

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The Tamura-bukeyashiki, a samurai residence in the castle town of Ôno, Echizen Province, was built in 1827. On the house's eastern side is dorui (earthen embankments), which is unusual to see around urban bukeyashiki. This dorui is actually thought to have been further surrounded by a water moat (where there is now a carpark) and was built as part of the Echizen-Ônojō by Kanamori Nagachika. So the dorui is part of the castle's defences that the Tamura house has sat behind for nearly two centuries. The patriarch of the residence was Tamura Matazaemon.

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Japanese Name 田村武家屋敷
Year 1827
Residence Type Middle Class
Features Garden, House, Warehouses
Visitor Information 300 yen; 9:00-16:00 weekdays; 9:00-17:00 weekends; closed at year's end
Website https://burari-kaga.com/kanazawa-kaga-fukui-tourism/fukui-tourism/ono-castle/tourism-spots/tamura-family
Location Ohno, Fukui Prefecture
Castle Echizen Ohno Castle
Coordinates 35° 59' 16.33" N, 136° 29' 12.01" E
Echizen Ohno Castle and nearby Samurai Homes
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