2. Historical landmark & important cultural asset--Tekijuku
Tekijuku was designated as an Osaka Prefectural Historical Landmark in 1940, as a National Historical Landmark in the following year, and as an Important Cultural Asset in 1964. The Ogata family donated the building to the nation (to Osaka Imperial University) in 1942.
Tekijuku, located in a town house in Senba, Osaka, from the late Edo Period, provides us with a precious glimpse of that era. For five years beginning in 1976, Tekijuku underwent renovation, but has been open to the public since.
3-3-8 Kitahama, Chuo-ku, Osaka
10:00 a.m. ~ 4:00 p.m.
• Mondays (however, open if the Monday is a national holiday)
• Adults: ¥270 (¥140)
●Visitors (and one accompanying person) with a Physical Disability Certificate, Intellectual Disability Certificate, Rehabilitation Certificate, Mental Disability Certificate or Atomic Bomb Survivor’s Certificate
●Members of the Tekijuku Commemoration Association
• MS and younger students must be accompanied by a parent or chaperone.
Keihan Railway & Subway: Get off at Yodoyabashi or Kitahama Station.