田犬誕生之地。在這裡可以體驗到自然、溫泉、歷史文化在地鄉土料理等樂趣。

Ourokan Estate

Gem of pre-war architecture

  Having miraculously survivied the numerous fires that have ravaged central Odate in the past, the Ourokan Estate stands as a splendid example of pre-war Japanese architecture.  Sakuraba Bunzo, the last mayor of Odate Town, built the structure as a private residence on the grounds of the former Odate Castle; Ouro means “cherry blossom tower” in Japanese.
  Among the several unique architectural finishes is the lookout tower jutting from the top of the building. The four-sided glass feature sports panoramic views of Odate including the famed Daimoji mountain.

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Address
 Akita-ken, Ōdate-shi, Nakajō 13-3
Contact
0186-42-0319
Open
9:30 – 16:00
Closed
 Monday (Tuesday if Monday is a public holiday)
Special closed days
Summer: August 13
Winter:  December 29- January 5
             January 11 – February 28             
Admission
General- 100
15 and under- FREE
Homepage
http://odate-city.jp/museum/information/relation/ourokan

Map

[Ourokan Estate]
 Akita-ken, Ōdate-shi, Nakajō 13-3