This was the former residence of Shurei Oyamada, the karo, or chief retainer, of the Yagyu Clan, who reorganized the clan's financial affairs. The building's stone wall is particularly magnificent, and is said to have been chiseled in the stonework style of the Owari Clan (of present-day Nagoya) in 1841.
|Address||155-1 Yagyu-cho, Nara 630-1237|
|Access||JR/Kintetsu Nara Stations: 5 minute walk from "Yagyu-jo" bus stop on the bus to Ishiuchi/Yagyu/Oji (50 minute ride). *Buses in this area use a hail and ride system.|
|Inquiries||Tel: +81-742-94-0002 / Fax: +81-742-94-002|
|Closed on||December 27th - January 4th|
|Price (Individual)||Adults: 350 yen
University Students: 350 yen
High School Students: 350 yen
Middle School Students: 170 yen
Elementary School Students: 170 yen
|Price (Group)||Group prices apply to groups of 20 people or more.
Adults: 280 yen
University Students: 280 yen
High School Students: 280 yen
Middle School Students: 140 yen
Elementary School Students: 140 yen
*Group prices are also available for JAF card-holding members.
|Discount for Disabled Visitors||Free entry (for the visitor with a disability and up to one guardian/companion) upon presentation of Nara citizens with disabilities booklet, rehabilitation booklet, or mental disability health & welfare booklet.|
|Senior Discount||Free entry upon presentation of Nara senior citizen's booklet|
|Hours of Operation||9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.n. (Last entry at 4:30 p.m.)|
|Events||Photography Contest Exhibition: February 2nd until the following year's contest
Oyagyu Taiko Drum Dance: the Saturday before August 17th
Itto-seki Split Boulder
Former Residence of the Yagyu Clan’s Chief Retainer
Yagyushimo-cho, Nara 630-1231
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