Fujii Hikoshiro House Garden - This old house was the birthplace of Fujii Hikoshiro who was a wealthy merchant known for yarn is now used as a museum, garden and bookstore. The home depicts the lifestyle of Omi merchants, who are said to have laid the foundation of the current Japanese economy. The garden that can be seen from the guest hall was created by Hikoshiro Fujii's own concept. This is a strolling garden with rare stones and famous trees - praised for its fresh spring water. It is a magnificent garden that imitates a sort of wild atmosphere. In the exhibition halls, tools and booths used in peddlers and shops such as peddling and embankment lights are exhibited, and the appearance along the way and the scenery of the counter are also reproduced.
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