This is the residence of a merchant family during the late Edo Period. Designated an important cultural property, today the building is used as a brewery. For generations, Ishiba family heads were named Seibei and dealt in sundry goods. It is a valuable building as one of few remaining merchant resident buildings. It has atmosphere distinctive to the snowy north with its long history marked on open hearth and pillars.
|Address||88 Kamenoko-machi, Hirosaki-shi,Aomori 036-8332|
|Open||9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.|
|Closed||Unfixed, January 1st and 2nd|