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Travel back in time from Fukuyama Station to the Edo period! A course to visit Japanese heritage sites visited by Ryoma Sakamoto!

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    Departing from Fukuyama Station, we introduce a course that goes around Japan Heritage, Fukuzenji Taishirou, Irohamaru Exhibition Hall, Ota Family Residence → Tomonoura Museum of History and Folklore → Masuya Seiemon House (Sakamoto Ryoma's hidden room).

    Travel back in time from Fukuyama Station to the Edo period! A course to visit Japanese heritage sites visited by Ryoma Sakamoto!

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    Fukuzenji Taishioro

    Travel time : About 30 minutes

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    〒720-0201 2 Tomocho, Fukuyama City

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    084-982-2705
    福禅寺

    This

    is the place where Sakamoto Ryoma and other Kaientai and the Kishu Domain actually conducted talks during the “Iroha Maru Incident.” It is a kyakuden built around 1690 and is designated as a national historic site. From the tatami room, you can see a wonderful view of the Seto Inland Sea and Tomonoura, and the Korean News Envoy Lee Bung-On praised it as “the most beautiful scenic spot in the east of Korea in Nitto (the most beautiful scenic spot east of Korea).”

    〒720-0201 2 Tomocho, Fukuyama City

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    084-982-2705
    福禅寺

    On foot About 5 minutes

    Iroha Maru Exhibition Hall

    Travel time : About 30 minutes

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    〒720-0201 843-1 Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

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    084-982-1681

    Ryoma and the Kaientai ship that sank off Tomo in 1867, the salvage of Iroha Maru, Ryoma’s Kakure Room, and a diorama of the sinking situation are on display. There is a nightlight in the immediate vicinity, and it is the largest in Japan as one of the Edo period existing in the harbor, and it is a symbol of Tomonoura.

    〒720-0201 843-1 Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

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    084-982-1681

    On foot About 1 minute

    Ota-ke House

    Travel time : About 30 minutes

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    〒720-0201 842 Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

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    084-982-3553

    It is a

    group of buildings of “former Homeizakaya” that started brewing Homeishu from the beginning of the Edo period, and were granted brewing sales rights from the domain. The main building and eight storehouses from the middle of the 18th century to the early 19th century are designated as important cultural properties of the country It has been specified. Tomonashichikyo ruins are designated as historic sites by the prefecture.

    〒720-0201 842 Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

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    084-982-3553

    On foot About 6 minutes

    Fukuyama City Tomonoura Museum of History & Folklore

    Travel time : About 30 minutes

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    〒720-0202 536-1 Ushiroji, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

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    084-982-1121

    It is located on a hill with a good view where you can overlook Tomo Harbor, the islands of Setouchi, and even the mountains of Shikoku in clear weather. Materials related to Tomo’s history and culture, such as the sea net, tomo blacksmith, festival, and the Chosen Tsushinshi, etc. are exhibited.

    〒720-0202 536-1 Ushiroji, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

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    084-982-1121

    On foot About 5 minutes

    Masuya Seiemon's house (Sakamoto Ryoma's hiding room)

    Travel time : About 30 minutes

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    〒720-0201 422 Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

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    084-982-3788
    龍馬の隠れ部屋 桝屋清右衛門宅 雑貨店MASUYA

    “Masuya”, which has been running a ship wholesaler since the Edo period, is a merchant house where Sakamoto Ryoma and other Kaientai stayed for a few days when Sakamoto Ryoma and other Kaientai negotiated negotiations with the Kishu Domain during the “Iroha Maru Incident” in 1867. At that time, Ryoma, whose life was being targeted, stayed at Masuya under the name “Saitani Umetaro” and hid himself in a hidden room in the attic.

    〒720-0201 422 Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama-shi

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    084-982-3788
    龍馬の隠れ部屋 桝屋清右衛門宅 雑貨店MASUYA

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