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Ise Kawasaki Merchant Museum

  • Kawasaki area
  • leisure

The Ise Kawasaki Merchant Hall has an area of ​​7 tsubo, including 2 warehouses and 600 townhouses built in the Edo and Meiji eras.Kawasaki, which is lined with many old townhouses and warehouses, was called "Ise's Kitchen" because supplies for many worshipers were supplied from this town.The Ise Kawasaki Merchant Hall publishes materials that allow you to learn about the history and culture of Ise Kawasaki, as well as the impressive buildings such as the drawing room, tea room, and garden that retain the atmosphere of the time.In addition, the "filtration facility" that was reprinted and manufactured the popular local cider "Essider" at that time remains on the premises.The actual "Yamada Hasho", which is said to be the oldest banknote in Japan, is a must-see.At "Ise no Daidokoichi", which is held on the 4th Sunday of every month, seasonal vegetables, fruits, and delicious Ise foods are gathered.

Prices 

Adults 350 yen University / high school students 200 yen Middle / elementary school students 100 yen

Address
2-25-32 Kawasaki, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
Phone Number
0596-22-4810
Business hours
10: 00 to 17: 00
Regular holidays
Tuesday (the next day if it is a holiday)
Parking Lot
will get
Directions and Parking
A 15-minute walk from the north exit (Kintetsu side) of Kintetsu Iseshi Station.15 minutes walk from Kintetsu Ujiyamada Station
15 minutes from Ise Nishi IC and Ise IC on the Ise Expressway
WEB site
http://www.isekawasaki.jp/

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