The main building in the center of the premises is a two-story wooden building with a tiled gable roof. The separate back storage and detached house in the northwest corner is connected to the main building by a crossing corridor. The west storehouse is prepared for floods, as it was built with piles of foundation stones and raised floors. There is a Nagaya-mon Gate and fence with a storage on the east side and a cattle shed on the southwest part, all built during the period from the late Meiji era to the beginning of the Showa era. Located in the developing town, this is a valuable building that conveys the modern rural landscape of the region. In 2016, it was designated as a registered national tangible cultural property. The interior is normally closed to the public.