Heike Clan Traditional House
After the downfall of the Heike Clan toward the end of the 12th century, Horikawa Naiki now out of power lived in hiding in this Iya residence. Hundreds of original treasures and documents are on display that tell the history of the time.
||Open year round
||Take the Shikoku Kotsu Bus "Kubo-iki (for Kubo)" at JR Awa-Ikeda Sta. (approx. 46 mins). Get off at the bus stop "Heikeyashiki" then walk for 2 minutes.
||46 Nishiiyayamamura-Higashinishioka, Miyoshi-shi
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