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HistoryKeigyokan (Former Edo Period School)

This former Hayashida Domain school (a "domain school" was for the children of domain retainers) was built by the 7th fuedal lord Masakata Takebe in 1794.
It was destroyed in a fire during the Bunkyu era (1861-1864), but was rebuilt shortly after.
Originally, it included a Confucian school, a training hall, library, and more, but now only the main hall remains.

From the Miki Family Residence Website:
Please contact the Miki Family Office only on days when the Hayashida Headman Home, Former Residence of the Miki Family, is open to the public.
Please feel free to inquire on the "Contact Us" page.

Basic Information

  • Toilet Available

    Toilet Available

  • Restaurant On-site

    Restaurant On-site

  • Parking Available

    Parking Available

  • Shop Available

    Shop Available

  • Coin locker available

    Coin locker available

  • WiFi available

    WiFi available

  • Accepts credit cards

    Accepts credit cards

Bus: Take Shinki Bus to "Hayashida" bus stop and walk approx. 6 minutes.
Business Hours
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Open only on days that the Miki House is open)
Monday - Saturday (Open on national holidays)
74 Hayashidacho Nakakamae, Himeji, Hyogo 679-4203