The legendary home of the Samurais’ can be found in Matsusaka Mie Prefecture!
Yes! Experience the feel of the Edo Period, during Samurai Era here. The home of the guardsmen of Matsusaka Castle also known as the Kisyu Clansmen. The place is preserved until now and the first house is being opened for public viewing! The Samurai families and descendants maintains the place. You can have a short walk here when you have the chance to go see Matsusaka Castle ruins just beside it!
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Very accessible by bus, from Matsusaka City Hall, just a three minutes walk! The views are superb during spring, recommend to visit during those times!
wow nice post and superb pictures. keep going on
Thanks for the visit?
So interesting!Love the design of the home. Great pics!
What beautiful photographs of a unique and historical home.
Oh, for sure. Something I have never seen – is samurai home.
Well.. this is not my thing at all but something my husband would love!! Glad I bumped into this post 🙂
ok, you have made me very jealous with this post – I have always wanted to have a real Samurai experience and to visit a samauri house would be an amazing experience. Added this to my list of things to do 😀
Yes, it is! Me, too, a glimpse of the real Samurai house is overwhelming 🙂 Thanks!
I never thought so too until I came here 🙂
Your husband has athing for Samurai's 🙂 My pleasure!
Sure! You can go here anytime you like, you will surely feel going back in time 🙂
Sounds like a plan, especially since i like these kind of stuff. Will pin this to remember when i visit this country in 2 years.
Glad to be of help! Japan will be waiting! 🙂
Wow I love the pictures. But especially of the tree!
Hi Sarah! Glad you liked it! Yes, they are very detailed even on the trees! 🙂
I love the pictures ♥ The house is so beautiful ☺♥
The house looks beautiful. With bare minimum and eco friendly settings. I would love to stay here
I loved the samurai home in pictures. There is a fair amount of mystery and heritage attached with it. I would love to book my stay here.
Wow, you told me something that I have never known. That is really very interesting
Trifle disappointed because I expected a longish article on this aspect of Japanese history. Please update this article for more reading and viewing pleasure ))0
Oh Japan! So beautiful. I always want to visit Japan because of their history and culture. This post just gave me a glimps of it. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Neha
Yes, agree to that, makes you contemplate what it was like during that time upon seeing the house and the castle ruins..
Glad I made that impression, thanks 🙂
Sorry to dissapoint you Swayam, will make it longer next post about Japan's amazing places 🙂
Yes, if you want rich culture, and beautiful views, plus interesting people, Japan can offer that 🙂
Another must-see place in Japan,,, added to my list 🙂
Hi Louiela Ann! A lazy afternoon walk here is perfect ?
Loved your post….Japan has always fascinated me and I will be following your blog now.Thanks for sharing
Thank you and you're most welcome
I currently live in Japan and it's always amazing to see the architecture here featured by others. Keep up the good work
Hi Divaj! Thank you, it really is!