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Uesugi Hakushakutei was built in the year 1896 during the Meiji era. However, it was burnt down during the Great Fire of Yonezawa in 1919 and had to be reconstructed in the 1920s.

In 1950, it opened to the public as a public hall. Functioning partly as a museum, the building offers tours of the inside as well as dining that consists of regional cuisine.

上杉記念館 外観
上杉記念館 中庭
上杉記念館 和室

In 2019, a Japanese-style cafe called Nagomitei opened on the Hakushakutei grounds. Visitors can enjoy gelato and different varieties of sweets here, as well as try on kimono and armor sets.

和庭 殿様からのごほうび
和庭 お抹茶セット
和庭 プチケーキとコーヒーのセット

Map

Location Information

Site Name
Uesugi Hakushakutei
Address
1-chōme-3-60 Marunouchi Yonezawa, Yamagata 992-0052
Phone Number
0238-21-5121
Website
https://hakusyakutei.jp/ (Japanese only)
Opening Hours
Dining hours: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm * Reservations are prioritized
(Reservations are required after 2:00 pm)

Cafe opening hours: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Regular Closed Day
Wednesdays
Parking
Available
Access
9 minute bus ride from Yonezawa Station
Note
Established in 1923