This building was constructed in 1900 as a marine products store and residence, making it the oldest wooden house in Kushiro. Stepping inside, visitors will immediately be struck with the sensation of the booming fishery trade of Kushiro's olden days. Displays include information about Takuboku Ishikawa, a renowned poet with deep connections to Kushiro, as well as vintage photographs of the Meiji and Taisho periods (1868-1926). Spend a quiet moment enveloped in nostalgia.
- 1-1-21, Yonemachi, Kushiro-shi, Hokkaido
- About 10 minutes from JR Kushiro station by car
About 45 minutes from Kushiro Airport by car
- Free entry
- Hours (Season)
- From May to September / 10:00-15:00
- Regular Closures
- Monday, From October to April
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