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Nationally Designated Important Cultural PropertyThe Nakamura Residence

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The Nakamuras were a powerful family who built their residence in the local area in 1483. In 1568, Nakamura Masakichi (the 18th generation) began serving under Tokugawa Ieyasu. The main house built in 1688 is designated a National Important Cultural Property. From 2001 to 2003, the building was dismantled then restored to its original glory.


Business HoursBusiness Hours: 9:30-16:30. Closed from Monday to Thursday, 12/28-1/4.
Address4912-1 Ubumi, Yuto, Nishi, Hamamatsu
Access・Bus: 30 minutes by Entetsu Bus from JR Hamamatsu Station (Bus Stop 5) to Irino Yamazaki, then alight at Ubumi Ryoke Bus Stop and walk for 1 minute.
・On Foot: 20 minutes from JR Maisaka Station
・Car: 15 minutes from the Tomei Expwy Hamamatsu West IC
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