Sunday, September 18, 2022

Fukutomi Residence in Izushi part 2

 


This is a continuation of yesterday's post on the interiors of the former Fukutomi residence in Izushi that is open to the public as the Izushi History Museum.

Located in the preservation district of this old castle town, its not directly in the main tourist street so actually gets few visitors.


I don't often do multiple posts on a single site, but I was really taken by this place and took a lot of photos.


There was lots of traditional interiors with plenty of artwork including hanging scrolls and folding screens.


There is a largish garden in the middle of the buildings, and several small ones viewable from some of the tatami rooms.


Several of the storehouses at the rear of the property are the museum part with lots of samurai armor, weapons, etc. I found it much more appealing than the "Samurai House" near the centre of town.


If you are interested more in Izushi then I suggest the castle, the old town, the shopfronts etc. and I still have a bunch more posts to come....




1 comment:

  1. I had hoped to visit Izushi several years ago, but ran short on time. These posts inspire me to keep it on the radar for a future trip.

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