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A real Edo Period (1603-1868 C.E.) inn
Yagi Fudano-Tsuji Exchange Center

There is an Eastern and Western Hirata residence on either side of Yagi Fudano-Tsuji. These are the remains of "hatago," inns that flourished along the highway route in the Edo period. The south side was built with a gabled roof, with a handrail on the main route on the second story, both of which still remain, allowing us to infer that the hatago depicted in the Edo-era topological drawings, "Saigoku Sanjusansho Meisho-zue," is the Hirata residence. Additionally, the parlor on the second floor of the Western Hirata residence has exposed joists, and from the graffiti left by lodgers in 1833 discovered on those joists we know that the hatago was operating during this time.

Address : 2-1-1 Yagi-cho, Kashihara

  • Osaka Abenobashi
  • Kintetsu 
    Osaka Line
    About 45 min
  • Yamato-Yagi
  • Walk
    About 7 min
  • Yagi Fudano-Tsuji
    Cultural Exchange