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Takeda Clan Residence (武田氏館)

Museum / Science Museum

"A historic structure located next to Numao Shrine a 10-minute walk from the ""Takedahoncho"" bus stop. Takeda Ward in Hitachinaka City is where the Kai Takeda clan, the clan of the famous samurai lord Takeda Shingen, is believed to have originated. This residence for the Takeda clan is said to have been built near the location of the home of the progenitor of the clan-Minamoto no Yoshikiyo who, along with his son Kiyomitsu, was banished to Kai Province and took up the name ""Takeda"" after the name of the local area. The current residence is a reconstruction built in the early shoin-zukuri style as would have been used by the Takeda clan in the Kamakura period when they were a powerful local family. Inside the residence are exhibits such as a Takeda family tree, mannequins dressed in samurai costumes, and period arms and armor."

place

Ibaraki Pref. Hitachinakashi Takeda 566-2 (Mito / Oarai / HitachinakaArea)

phone 0292762525
place

9:00-17:00(Last entry16:30)

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Address
Ibaraki Pref. Hitachinakashi Takeda 566-2 [map]
Area
Mito / Oarai / HitachinakaArea
Phone
0292762525
Hours
9:00-17:00(Last entry16:30)
Closed
Monday (The next day for Public holidays), New Year's Holiday
Fees
[Admission fee]Free
Parking Lot
Available(10spaces)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Just a stone's throw from Tokyo, Ibaraki is a coastal prefecture that has mastered juxtapositions, where old shrines meet new scientific discoveries and traditional gardens are frequented by the inventors of some of the newest technology. Head to Mito City's Kairakuen - one of Japan's Three Great Gardens - in spring to experience the cellestial blooming of fantastic cherry blossoms at the annual sakura festival.