Omoya, the main house
There are 7 rooms with a large dirt floor kitchen. It has a great mast and beams on the ceiling you can see at the dirt floor kitchen. At the Butsuma, the Buddhism room enshrines the Kompiragu that is the god of safe traveling over the sea. So, you can see how they are faithful for their gods. You can see the window on the top of the ceiling to capture the day light.
The Guest House, Zashiki
Zashiki has two guest rooms. Each room is surrounded by small Japanese gardens. There are a bathroom, tea room, and restroom. This room was used for the meeting of the shipowners union called "Yebisu," Weddings and funerals. It has a great ceiling and Ranma that are made from Yaku-Sugi.
Teien, the garden
There are 3 different gardens in this house. The main garden is located at the in front of the guest room. It has a strong stone arts. At the in front of the tea room, there is the small garden for Japanese subdued taste.
Inkyo, 2nd house
It was built as the former owner of the Uchida Family. It displays all the tools of Shipman, fishers, and model of the ships.