Former Home of Ito Tsunetari
Tsunetari Ito known as an educator along with a Shinto priest and a Japanese scholar from the latter half of the Edo period wrote 82 volumes of the topographical book Dazaikannaishi over 37 years. Tsunetari lived in this straw thatched one story wooden house from the age of 13. Recreations of diagrams and documents from the period are on display as well as farming equipment.
|Address||807-1306 1256 Furumon, Kurate Town, Kurate County, Fukuoka|
Kurate Town History Folk Museum
|Field trips only on Saturdays and Sundays
Closed for The New Year
|Parking||Available for 20 cars|
|Access||By bus – A 15 minute walk from the Nishitetsu Furumonguchi bus stop
By car – A 10 minute drive from the Kurate Interchange off the Kyushu expressway
|Times Available||From 9am till 5pm|
|Genre||Gardens and Buildings (History and Culture)|
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