The name of “kudo style” derives from the u-shaped roofs, which were considered to look like the smoke outlet of a furnace called “kudo.” This type of traditional houses are scattered widely in the southern part of Saga Prefecture. Some of those in the Itaya Area were built especially in the early age and one of them is designated as a national cultural property. At “Bansen No Sato,” a farmer shop located in the area, you can buy local agricultural products of Taku.
|Address||6200-1, Itaya, Nishitaku-machi, Taku City (多久市西多久町板屋6200-1)|
New year's holidays (29-31 December/1-3 January)
|Opening Hours||Regular operating hours 9:00～16:30
Utility time 9:00～22:00
|Access||【JR】20 minutes by taxi and get off at Taku Station of Karatsu Line
【Car】25 minutes drive from Taku IC of Nagasaki Expressway
|Parking Availability||Free parking available|
|Cell Phone Battery Charging||Unavailable|
|Credit Card Acceptance||Not accepted|
|Estimated Time to Enjoy||30 minutes to 60 minutes|
|Admission Fee||Varies by cases. Please make an inquiry for details.|
Reservation is needed in case of using a house (fee applies).
It is free only to take a look inside.
|Foreign Language Support||Multilingual brochures available (English, Traditional Chinese, Korean)
Official website http://taku-navi.com/
|Notes||Education Promotion Section, Board of Education in Taku City|
|MAPCODE||104 651 227*74|