Hizen Hamashuku / Salagura-dori Street
Hizen Hamashuku, which prospered as a post town and port town for "Nagasaki Kaidou Tara Oukan” during the Edo period. Among them are "Fukuchiyo Sake Brewery" and "Onyado Fukuchiyo", which handle the sake "Nabeshima". Among them, Salagura-dori Street is a townscape with many white-walled sake breweries and thatched-roof houses, and has high historical value, and has been selected as an important traditional buildings preservation district of the country.
Onyado Fukuchiyo, which faces the Salagura-dori Street, is based on an old merchant house that was built 230 years ago (1780s) and was one of the largest traditional buildings in the area, producing soy sauce and miso. Even in the conservation area, the buildings are aging. Therefore, this old merchant house was restored and remodeled and rebuilt as a "restaurant where you can stay (Auberge)". The symbolic thatched roof of "Kudo-zukuri", which is derived from the resemblance to "Kado", is reproduced by a professional craftsman. The brick chimney, which is a remnant of the former soy sauce and miso production, is preserved as it was.
We want to protect the beautiful landscape of this town and connect it to the future. When staying at Onyado Fukuchiyo, the auberge itself is the purpose of the trip, but please feel the unique travel experience of this area, here Hizenhamajuku / Salagura-dori Street, where history and tradition are alive.