Awa-Ikeda Tobacco Museum and Awa-Ikeda Udatsu House
The Awa-Ikeda tobacco production industry flourished in the mid-to-late 19th century. This house from that period has lasted over 100 years from its height of prosperity with its "udatsu" roof extensions, main house, and processing area. Also on public exhibit are various documents related to this former tobacco production site.
||Wednesday; end/start of year.
Adult: 310 yen; High school/college: 210 yen; Primary/junior high school: 100 yen
Udatsu House: Free
||2465-1 Machi, Ikeda-cho, Miyoshi-shi
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