Oshi (Former Togawa Family House)

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The Togawa family is a family that served as a mentor of Mt. Fuji religion across generations, and the family’s house, which had supported the religion, still stands as a valuable building. The main structure was built in 1768 and is designated as a national important cultural asset, and also a Mt. Fuji World Cultural Heritage Site Asset.

Venue Address

403-0005 3-14-8 Kamiyoshida, Fujiyoshida City

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