|Pseudonym reading||Send an email|
|Specified type||Country registration|
|Designated date||July 23, 2008|
|location||Tono City Chuo-dori|
The Senshuya is located in the center of Tono City and moved from Sendai territory during the Edo period and produced Japanese confectionery and other items.
The store and main storehouse is located at the southern end of a strip-like site long in the north-south, and is a two-story wooden house with a half-tall front doorway 9 and a gable gabion townhouse. The former inn between the main part of the western half 5 and the eastern four 4 is combined into one building. The main part has a ridge at the back right angle, and arranges the rooms such as shops and regular residences in a line, leaving the form of a traditional townhouse in Tono.
The old grain storehouse and the front storehouse which are built behind the store and the main store thicken the wall as the lower part of the outer wall becomes a solid structure with a sense of stability. In the back, there is a line of old houses, toilets and warehouses, and it conveys the house composition of the townhouses.