Kotoni Tondenhei Residence

Kotoni Tondenhei Residence

Kotoni Tondenhei Residence(琴似屯田兵村兵屋跡,Kotoni tondenhei-son heioku ato)

The tondenhei (屯田兵) were former samurai recruited from 1874 as farmer-soldiers, to farm and potentially defend Hokkaido.

The agricultural machinery of the time, and daily tools.

A farmer-soldier village of Kotoni where the first Japanese farmer-soldiers settled. 208 houses were built in total and soldier house no. 133 was rebuilt in its current location. The resident was Senjiro Seino from Miyagi.
5 Chome-1-12 Kotoni 2 Jō, Nishi-ku, Sapporo-shi
business hours
closed day
The year-end and New Year holidays (Dec 29-January 3)
other information
5 minutes walk from Kotono Subway Station

* Business days and hours are subject to change due to the influence of Novel Cornavirus (COVID-19).

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