The town of Arimatsu was established in 1608 along the Tokaido route, starting with only eight settlers, including Shoukuro Takeda, the founder of Arimatsu tie-dyeing. Dyeing was the primary industry that supported the development of the town. For 400 years, these Edo period homes have been preserved. It was categorized as a "National Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings" in 2016. You can enjoy a relaxing and nostalgic experience, looking at the mud-made storage and old houses lined up along the Tokaido for 800 meters.

Address 1804 Arimatsu, Midori-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 458-0924



Nagoya Railway (Meitetsu)
Take the Meitetsu Nagoya main line from Nagoya station to Arimatsu station (about 20min)
Walk (about 5min)

10 minute drive from Ōbu-nishi IC


Tel: 052-626-6030

Websites Official Site (English)

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