Okabe Station

Okabe Station Ohatago Kashibaya

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An inn (yado) typical of the Okabe Station which has been designated as a tangible cultural property of Japan. The main house, which was rebuilt in the late Edo period (1836) after being burned down twice, has become an invaluable historical museum where you can see how a postal town looked like at the time. On the first floor, 2 characters called Yaji and Kita who appeared in “Tokaidochu Hizakurige”, can be seen being entertained by the proprietress. There is also a restaurant and a local produce center where your whole family can visit throughout the day.

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name
Okabe Station Ohatago Kashibaya
Genre
Gourmet Cultural property Museums
Area
Okabe Station
address
817 Okabe-cho Okabe, Fujieda-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture
phone number
054-667-0018
business hours
9:00 - 17:00 (last entry 16:30)
holiday
Monday (following weekday for public holiday), New Year holidays
price
Adult: 300 yen, junior high school students and below: free
Parking
50 lots (shared with the Uchino Honjinato)
Remarks
Entry ticket to both the Gyokuro no Sato and Ohatago Kashibaya: 700 yen
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