|Pseudonym reading||お く お く|
|Specified type||Country registration|
|Type||Registered tangible cultural property|
|Designated date||December 24, 2013|
It is a separate residence of the former Morioka lord's southern part, and is built on the south side of the site, with wooden flats, rovings and gravels, and a large entrance to the Imamiya building in the front center. On the west side of the entrance is a ladder clapboard with a ladder, but on the east side, the upper and lower windows of the semicircular arch are connected to the gazette to create a contrasting appearance. The interior also has a high-quality space interwoven with Japanese and Western designs.