Egawa's house

There is in country designated historic spot "Nirayama government office", country designation important cultural property
Central room is magnificent building of single-layered gable-and-hip roof style, and it is in seismically isolated structure that it is said as for the tree composing type of geometric garret called "the making of roof truss" on today. Billboard announcing a framework-raising ceremony box which "we grow and put "secret letter of fire prevention" of pillar" and Nichiren handwriting in to be informed by earthen floor of earthen floor when we just used growing tree for the pillar is seen. Because we never encounter fire, various articles including documents, painting and calligraphic work, arms remain, and part is displayed indoors until now.

The Egawas acted as chief administrator of Imperial demesne Izu as direct feudatory of a shogun in progenies of Yamato Genji which lasted 42 generations, 900 years for 273 years for 11 generations in the Edo era. Each successive chief administrators pours will in peace and order maintenance and civil administration, and peasant rising is never taking place. 36s Tarozaemon Egawa (*an) was known as excellent chief administrator and left in particular great achievements such as coast surveying, Nirayama reverberatory furnace and construction of Odaiba, our country's first style sailing boat building and conduct of smallpox vaccination, bread production from the need of coastal defense. "Monument of bread father" is put up in residence.


Access parking


・Admission / public 500 yen, small, junior high student 300 yen
・Common ticket (general 700 yen, small, junior high student 250 yen) with Nirayama reverberatory furnace

Business hours

But it becomes contracted open's house until from 9:30 to 15:00 on Wednesday for from 9:00 to 16:30 (until reception desk 16:15).

Regular holiday

・The year-end and New Year holidays (12/31 - 1/1)
・Third Wednesday

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