|Pseudonym reading||さ た く|
|Specified type||Country designated / important cultural property|
|Designated date||May 31, 1978|
|location||Morioka city Ueda character Matsuyashiki: Iwate Prefectural Museum (formerly Iwaizumicho)|
|home page||Iwate Prefectural Museum (exhibition room guidance)|
Column line 17.7m, cross beam 9.1m.
East surface protrusion column row 8.5 m, beam interval 7.0 m.
寄 茅 葺.
There is no clear data on the construction age, but it is estimated to be in the middle of the 18th century.
Iwaizumi-cho, where the building was located, is a deep mountain village, and most of the buildings are archers, and the Sasaki house has a standard size as an archer.
As for the plane, the main part and the mounting part of the stable are in the space between the frontage 1, and the main part has two rooms, "Course area" and "True", on the back side of the space. In the back of the room there are two rooms, and on top of that, there are two rooms.
As a farmer in the northern part of Iwate Prefecture, it is a valuable remains that has both an old form and a plan, and a structure well, and keeps the old condition well.
It was donated to Iwate Prefecture in 1975, and relocated as an outdoor exhibition facility of the prefectural museum in 1959.