The Tate No Yakata House is a building that is part of the Shimamori’s Outdoor Museum. It is a pristine example of an old-style thatched-roofed farmhouse. It has been moved to its current location for visitors to see and experience local agricultural activities.
The house was built over 400 years ago. Its old irori hearth, earthen floors, tatami rooms, and beautiful roof are perfect windows into the past. By walking through this house you can see how people lived in the Japanese countryside hundreds of years ago. The house still plays an important role in the community and is used for different local activities and events.
- Tate-22-1 Nango Oaza Shimamori, Hachinohe, Aomori
- Monday (if Monday is a public holiday the house will remain open and be closed the following day)
- Entrance Fee:
- Depends on the Rooms Used
- 5 Min from Nang IC
35 min from Hachinohe Station
30 min from downtown