|2 Mozusekiuncho, Sakai-ku, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture
|Landscapes、Places Characteristic of Sakai
|Monday (open if a holiday), the day after holidays (open if a Saturday or Sunday), New Year period, days when the Sakai Museum is closed
A nationally registered tangible cultural property that was moved here from Shiba Park, this tea house in the classic "sukiya" residential home style was created by master architect Rodo Ogi. This partially 2-story building with pantile roofing has an entryway, hall, team rooms and tatami mat rooms, with a considerable number of people able to enjoy tea in its ten Japanese-style rooms.