Irimajiri Residence


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This samurai residence dating to the late 18th century once belonged to the Irimajiri family. It is part of the Iga-Ueno Castle-Town. It features the Omoya (main residence), kura (storehouse), garden, and nagayamon (rowhouse-gate). There is a tea room with circular window. Parts of the roof, which is kayabuki (thatched), were leaking when I visited and a bucket had been put out to collect rain water. These pictures are mine so I'm sharing them but you can find nicer ones online. Along with the Akai Residence, the Irimajiri Residence is one of two bukeyashiki (samurai homes) in Iga-Ueno.


Irimajiri Residence Profile
English Name Irimajiri Residence
Japanese Name 入交武家屋敷
Year 1790s
Residence Type Middle Class
Features Gates, Garden, House, Warehouses
Visitor Information 9:00-16:30; 200 yen; closed every Tuesday and Year's End
Location Iga, Mie Prefecture
Castle Iga Ueno Castle
Coordinates 34° 45' 53.24" N, 136° 7' 56.50" E
Iga Ueno Castle and nearby Samurai Homes
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