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The Tobe House (˕ƏZ, Tobeke Jūtaku) is a preserved Edo Period (1603-1867) farmhouse that has been relocated to central Minakami and designated an important cultural property. The interior of the house has been restored to how it looked during the daily lives of people of that era.

Next door to the Tobe House stands the Minakami History Museum, a small folk museum which displays clothes, household goods, farming tools and other implements used in the daily lives of the residents of Minakami's past.

Access

Tobe House and the Minakami History Museum are a 15-20 minute walk from Minakami Station. Alternatively take a bus bound for Jomo Kogen Station to the Kankō Kaikan-mae bus stop (όّO, 3 minutes, 250 yen, 1-2 buses/hour) from where the Tobe house and museum are a few steps.

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Hours and Fees

Hours

9:00 to 16:00 (from 9:30 December to March)

Closed

Admission

200 yen

Typical Visit Duration

15 minutes