Nationaly-Designated Important Cultural Property Murakamike 国指定重要文化財 村上家

Gather around the irori fire pit and fully enjoy Gokayama history

Located in the heart of Gokayama, the Murakami Family Residence is a unique place where you can enjoy all of Gokayama at once, from the inside and outside of the building to the garden and traditional performing arts.
The Murakami Residence is one of the most representative buildings in Gokayama, and is designated as a National Important Cultural Property. Inside the building, thousands of ethnographic materials are on display, and you can listen to the explanation of the master of the house around the open hearth. Visitors can also watch a kokiriko dance performance if they make a reservation in advance!
In the garden, there is a snow camellia named "Gokayama Shibori" that is estimated to be 300 years old and has been blooming beautifully every year, keeping an eye on the history of the Murakami family.

Tonami / Gokayama


Address 939-1914 富山県南砺市上梨742
Telephone Number 0763-66-2711
Opening Times 8:30 - 17:00 (9:00 – 16:00 from Jan to Mar) Time may vary depending on the season
Closed Wednesday (open on public holidays and Sundays)
Prices Adults (high school students and older) 400 yen, Elementary/junior high school students 200 yen
Groups of 20 or more: Adults 350 yen, Elementary/Junior high school students 150 yen
Free for infants and disabled persons
Car Park Public car park available.
40 spaces (10 bus spaces)
Getting There 30 minutes on the Gokayama-bound bus from Johana station on the JR Johana Line. Alight at the Hiramurakaminashi station.
10 minutes by car along National Highway 156 from the Gokayama Interchange of the Tokai Hokuriku Expressway

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