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NameThe former Yamamotos Residence of Daido
Address1797 Yamada, Taishi-Cho, Minamikawachi-Gun, Osaka
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HPhttp://www.town.taishi.osaka.jp/
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Architecture age1830-1867/Edo Period
Building type Residential buildings
ConstructionFlat wooden structure, thatched partially Kawara tile roofing
Outline explanation

The former Yamamotos Residence of Daido is a ‘thatched aged house’ still standing by Takenouchi Kaido that is said to be the oldest national road in Japan. It retains the Yamatomune* style roof in a good condition, and is one of the architectures impresses the historical landscape of the highway connects Yamato (Nara) and Sakai. The residence is comprised by the main house and the annex features Irimoyazukuri, Sangawarabuki (a hip-and-gable roof with base tiles). A Kura (warehouse) is located in the eastern side. The main house, the estimated time of the construction was the late Edo period by its architectural techniques, has a thatched roof with Hongawara (formal Kawara tiles) roofing on its both ends. Its interior is of a typical residential house with the Doma (dirt floor), Zashiki (rooms floored with tatami mats) and Shimomise. The annex has a ridge tag dating from 1912. The Kura was rebuilt in 1952. There were two rice warehouses in the backyard. The parts reconstructed by the posterity were removed and restored to their original state according to the beginning of the public viewing in September, 2004. *Yamatomune or Takahetsukuri : a combination of a thatched and tiled roof on a gable.

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note【利用案内】開館日 4・5・9・10・11月の土・日・祝日(都合により休館することがあります) ※平成30年度は通年土・日・祝日開館を試行します。 開館時間 午前10時から午後4時(ただし正午から午後1時は休憩) 入館料 100円(満18歳以以上) 貸室  主屋ザシキ・離れザシキの貸室を開館日に行っています。