Takahashi Residence

内子町

Spend some luxurious time in the tasteful environment full of love for one's hometown.

This is the mansion in which the "beer king" Takahashi Ryutaro grew up. He not only contributed to the prosperity of the Japanese beer industry, but also, as Minister of International Trade and Industry, to the post-war economic revival Japans. It is also the birthplace of his father Takahashi Yoshihira, who was called the "Sage of Uchiko". Since Ryutaro's eldest son, Takahashi Yoshitaka (former chairman of Asahi Breweries, Ltd.) cared deeply about his hometown Uchiko, the bereaved family donated the residence to Uchiko town. The exhibition shows items, such as tobacco pipes used by family members or the uniforms of the professional baseball team "Takahashi Unions" that he sponsored as the owner. A relaxing cafe corner is provided. It is possible to stay overnight limited to one group (up to 10 people) per day.

Please take a break in the Japanese-style rooms of the cafe in the main house
Please take a break in the Japanese-style rooms of the cafe in the main house
Now used as guest house and accommodation to welcome visitors
Now used as guest house and accommodation to welcome visitors
Here you can see exhibits such as donated goods from Asahi beer and others
Here you can see exhibits such as donated goods from Asahi beer and others

Information

Address2403 Uchiko, Uchiko-cho, Kita-gun, Ehime, Japan
TEL+81-893-44-2354
ClosedTuesdays
Opening hours9:00-16:30
ParkingParking Available / 10 car capacity(Free)
Admission feesFree
LodgingAdults(1 person)4,860 yen, Adults(2 or more people)4,320 yen, 6-12 years old 3,240 yen, 3-5 years old)1,620 yenUnder 3 years old free
Breakfast 860 yen

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