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How to enjoy your stay at “Tenryo Joge”

“Tenryo Joge” is new space was nurtured by history

Sumikura plutocrats’s villa built in the early Meiji era has been left for posterity

In recent years, mercantile houses and Machiya that are over 100 years old have become vacant houses,
and those that have become difficult to preserve have been dismantled and are rapidly disappearing

Even if we understand that it is inevitable of this occurring, we still feel very disappointed Some buildings cannot be kept as it is in Joge
One of them is the Sumikura villa, which was built over 150 years ago
“Tenryo Joge” was created with the desire to connect historically and culturally valuable mercantile house to future generations

“Tenryo Joge” gives you a relaxing space to interact with local people

―Many areas remind us of the living people in the Meiji era

The black plastered wall and the Namako-wall are the characteristics of a prestigious house in Joge,
and aging beauty for more than 150 years since the early Meiji era

The miniature garden is full of traditional Japanese sceneries
Windy porch
The earthen floor that gently connects indoors and outdoors
The decorative transom of craftsmanship and skill
Japanese-style alcove
Remarkable beams using large timber
Floors and pillars polished over time
Hooks to hang mosquito nets and hangers
It is full of big and small discoveries