Kambara-Juku is 15th Tokaido post station from Nihonbashi. There was one Honjin and two Wakihonjin, and 45 Hotels in Kambarajuku. It was very large scale post town on Tokaido.
Three stories storage constructed in 1839.
It has a great namako Walls. It is called "Nuriezukuri." It is very strong structure against fire.
Registered as the national cultural asset.
It was used to be a hotel constructed in 1830. It is registered as the national cultural asset. Inside is now used for resting place and craft work shop.
It was used to be Honjin.
Constructed in 1909.
It wash constructed in 1855. It was used to be merchant house. It is registered as the national cultural asset. It is craft museum.
Old Igarashi Dental Office
It was reformed in 1914. It is very unique building. The exterior is western style, but interior is Japanese style. It is registered as the national cultural asset.