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。

Kudo Estate & Samurai House

Exquisite Meiji-era samurai house

   Once the residence of the Kudo clan, owners of the land where Kosaka was developed, this Nakoko Estate was built in 1885. Of samurai lineage, head of the Kudo clan also served as mayors of Kosaka town during the Edo, Taisho, and Showa eras.
   Grand in scale and with a large number of rooms between the first and second floors of the house, this estate stands as an important testament to the samurai days or old. The exquisitely decorated interior lies in sharp contrast the rural aesthetic prevalent in the area.
Traditional charcoal hearth
Wall painted with slag from nearby smelting facility
View from veranda

Details

Address
62-1, Nakaosaka, Kosaka, Kosaka-machi, Kazuno-gun, Akita
Phone number
0186-29-4726 (History Museum front desk)
Hours
9:00~17:00
Last entry 16:30 p.m. (please ask in advance for exceptions)
Season
Closed Monday (If Mon. is a holiday, then Tues.)
until December 1 – March 31
Admission
Free of charge
※Rates may increase if there is a special exhibition
Rental fee
Japanese-style room with hearth: 170/hr.
All facilities: 920/hr.
Others: 80/hr. 
Heater: 230/hr. per heater
Cooking facilities: 230/hr. per set
※Tour and usage reservations must be made at least 10 days in advance.
Homepage
http://www.town.kosaka.akita.jp/34/276. html

Map

​Nakakoji Estate
62-1, Nakaosaka, Kosaka, Kosaka-machi, Kazuno-gun, Akita