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Kyu Abumi-ya [Former Residence of Abumi-ya Family] きゅうあぶみや
Kaisen Donya [shipping wholesaler] representing Sakata
The residence has passed down the prosperity of the family during Edo era which contributed the maritime trade in Japan. It is built in typical Machiya style with Ishioki-Sugiwakabuki roof; once inside, straw-matted parlors and wood-floored rooms are located on both sides of the 18-meter earthen-floored corridor.
At that time, Abumiya Family was so prosperous that Saikaku Ihara described their wealth in his “Nippon Eitaigura.”
Abumiya Family also served Machidoshiyori [town official] as the head of Sakata Sanjurokunin-shu and played an important role in town politics.

[Visit around for Hina Dolls in the port town of Sakata: Sakata Hina Way]

Event Name: Hina Kaido Special Exhibition
Display Period: February 26 (Sun) – April 3 (Mon)
Hours: 9:00-16:30
Closed Day: No fixed holiday during the Display Period
Admission    Adult 320 yen
       High school and college student: 210 yen, elementary and junior high school student: 100 yen
       ※Also, combination ticket with Sanno Club is available
Others: We deal with visitors
Information
  • Name Kyu Abumi-ya [Former Residence of Abumi-ya Family]
  • Location 1-14-20 Nakamachi, Sakata-shi
  • Phone number 0234-22-5001
  • Business Hours From 9:00 to 16:30
  • Closed on Mondays from December to February (when Monday falls on national holiday, the facility closes on the next day)
    The year-end and New Year holidays (from December 29 to January 3)
    ※No fixed holiday from March to November
  • Admission Adult 320 yen (270 yen)
    High school, university student 210 yen (160 yen)
    High school and college student 210 yen (160 yen)
    Admission free for preschool children and under 
    ※() is applied for a group of 20 or more people
  • Access From JR Sakata Station: 6 min by car
    From Sakata Interchange of Nihonkai Tohoku Expressway: about 15 min by car
  • Parking lot The city hall parking is available
  • Contact information Kyu Abumi-ya [Former Residence of Abumi-ya Family]
  • Others Designated as national cultural heritage in 1984
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[Last updated] January 16, 2017
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