Katsushika-ku Yamamoto-tei

Travel Guide - Katsushika-ku Yamamoto-tei

Information

The house of Yamamoto Einosuke, a business person in the Taisho era (1912 - 1926), is now open to the public.
There are many attractions including a warehouse, a tenement house with a gate that combines Western and Japanese styles of architecture, and a beautiful garden arranging a fountain pond and a small artificial hill.
There is a corner with a tea shop, where visitors may take a rest after strolling at Shibamata.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 – 17:00 *admission until 30 minutes before closing

Closed

  • 3rd Tuesday of each month (or the following day when it falls on a national holiday)
  • 3rd Tuesday through Thursday in December

Access / Public Transport

  • 8 minutes walk from Shibamata Station on the Keisei Kanamachi Line (KS50)
  • 12 minutes walk from Shin-Shibamata Station on the Hokuso Line (HS01)

Address / Location

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