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Old folk house in Hirao

Update date: February 22, 2024

Image Hirao's old folk house

Open house to the public

Twice a month, Main house ( Omoya ) and earthen storehouse ( Dozo ) will be published.

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We will be open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 6, 2020 and from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 30, 2020. Masu.

place

2-45-19 Hirao, Inagi City

  • bus

Take the Keio Sagamihara Line "Inagi Station" to "Shin-Yurigaoka Station" and get off at "Hirao" and walk for 5 minutes Take the Odakyu Line "Shin-Yurigaoka Station" to "Inagi Station" and get off at "Hirao" and walk for 5 minutes

Note: There is no parking lot, so please refrain from coming by car.

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Overview of the old folk house

This old folk house was built in Hirao village in the late Edo period. village headman ( Nanushi ) It was built as a residence for

Main building ( Omoya )

Tenpo ( Tempou ) Built in 1843. wooden one-story house hipped structure ( Yosemunezuku ) the law of nature Thatched roof ( Kayabu ) tree. Approximately 38 tsubo (approximately 125 square meters) (9 while ( sword ) ×5 while ( sword ) ). Name chief ( Nanushi ) You can see the structure that shows the formality of.

Feature 1 There is an entrance for customers

There is an entrance for customer service on the left side of the front of the house. Name chief ( Nanushi ) Since it was a house, a reception entrance was built to welcome the officials of the shogunate. In the case of a farmhouse, the structure of the entrance is Name chief ( Nanushi ) allowed only ceremony stand ( Shikidai ) or Mairato ( Mairad ) It has a formal structure. The general entrance is on the right side, and there are two entrances.

Feature 2 under the eaves ( cried ) Segai structure

Under the eaves ( I thrashed ) If you look at the part, you can see the Segai-zukuri structure. Taller and deeper than a typical private house Under the eaves ( I thrashed ) A wooden ceiling was built in this area. common farmer's Under the eaves ( I thrashed ) The structure of rafter ( Taruki ) On top of the Thatch wood ( Kayazai ) In order to put Under the eaves ( I thrashed ) of Thatch wood ( Kayazai ) can be viewed directly. By making it a board-clad Segai structure, Name chief ( Nanushi ) It shows the formality of.

Feature 3 Located in the back floor ( cousin ) of while ( devil ) and Hirashoin ( Hirashoin )

In the back room Guest room ( Kyakuzashiki ) This room was used as a In this room, floor ( Toko ) of while ( Ma ) and Heishoin ( Hirashioin ) is provided. floor ( Toko ) of while ( Ma ) is depth 1 shaku ( Shaku ) Five size ( Sun ) And on the side closet ( Delicious ) It has become. Heishoin ( Hirashioin ) There is only a shoji screen for lighting, Shelf board ( Shelf board ) is not included. Although both are simple in construction, Name chief ( Nanushi ) You can see the structure that shows the formality of.

storehouse ( Please )

Built in 1893 (Meiji 26). Dozo-zukuri ( Dozozuku ) Two-story building.

Inquiries about this page

Inagi City Local Materials Room
1-9-1 Hirao, Inagi City
Phone: 042-331-0660 Fax: 042-331-0660

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