About 20 minutes walk from Kokaido-mae Station Nagasaki Electric Railway.
It is said that Kameyama Shachu was the first Japanese trading company, which was organized in 1865. "Shachu" means an association or a company.
Wakamiya Inari Shrine is located near the remains of Kameyama Shachu. Ryoma Sakamoto and others visited this shrine.
Kameyama Shachu based in this area. This building was used in those days.
There are also eight-mat room, three-mat room, a dirt floor and mezzanine floor of hidden room.
Square-legged torii is a rare. This torii was dedicated to Inari shrine in Nagasaki Magistrate's office, later was moved to Wakamiya Inari Shrine.
About 5 minute walk from Kameyama Shachu Memorial Hall.
This shrine was established in 1673. Was also called "Kinno Inari" around the Meiji Restoration. "Takengei" event that is dedicated to the festival in the fall is famous.
Is located near the approach to Wakamiya Inari Shrine.
Was made in Arita in 1888. Porcelain torii is unique.
Google Map Remains of Kameyama Shachu
Japanese site is here.