Takayama Jinya received two stars in the 2015 Michelin Green Guide Japan.
★★ Two stars ... "worth a detour".
National Historic Relic : The Takayama Local Agency of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
Although there were 64 regional headquarters and sub-headquarters during the Edo period, the Takayama Jinya is the only one existing today.
In 1692, Shogun Tokugawa took direct rule over Hida, and for the next 176 years until the Meiji restoration, 25 generations were sent from Edo to work as Administrators, Accountants and Police in the Takayama Jinya.
The present main building was constructed in 1816, and consists of the Public Administration Office, Grand Hall and Messengers Hall, all in their original condition. The Rice Storehouse that was used to store the rice collected as a tax was built in the 1600's, and is presently used as an exhibition space, displaying items from the time of direct rule to the Meiji period. There are over 250 separate historical displays including documents, maps and artifacts.
March to October (except August) AM 8:45 ~ PM 5:00
August AM 8:45 ~ PM 6:00
November to February AM 8:45 ~ PM 4:30
December 29th, 31st and January 1st
Individuals : 430 yen
Groups : 380 yen (Minimum 30)
Youth(18 and under) : Free
A free English guided tour is available on request.
It is subject to be cancelled occaionally.
Please enter at least 2 hours before the closing time.
For further information please contact the Takayama Jinya Management office :
1-5 Hachiken-machi, Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture
Tel : +81(0)577-32-0643
Fax : +81(0)577-32-0612
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