金沢市指定建造物である屋敷内には「芳土庵」裏千家十一代玄々斎家元命名「陶土軒」裏千家十五代鵬雲斎家元設計/命名「松濤間」十八代前田利祐様命名「年々庵」建築家 隈研吾氏設計/裏千家十五代鵬雲斎家元命名などの茶室があり、日本画家 千住博氏制作による襖絵が施されています。
There are several tea rooms within this building, which is a Kanazawa City designated historic architectural structure. The first tea room is called “Houdoan," named by 11th Urasenke Grand Tea Master Gengensai. The name has the meaning of “good fragrance of clay.” The second tea room is called “Toudoken," named by 15th Urasenke Grand Tea Master Hounsai. The third tea room is called “Shotonoma," named by18th Maeda Lord Toshiyasu. Finally, the fourth tea room is called “Nennenan," which was named by 15th
Urasenke Grand Tea Master Hounsai and designed by the Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma. There is also a fusuma (Japanese sliding door), which was beautifully painted by the Japanese painter, Hiroshi Senju. Moreover, there is a beautiful garden called “Shoutoutei," which was named by18th Maeda Lord Toshiyasu. In the “Shoutoutei” garden there is a 500-year-old red pine tree named “Orizuru no matsu, (the name refers to the folded origami crane), which has been certified by the city of Kanazawa. The works of Ohi Chozaemon X and his son, Ohi Toshio Ⅺ are displayed in the “Ohi Gallery," which was designed by Kengo Kuma.
Also, historical Ohi wares and works by the cultural elites and artists connected with the Ohi family are displayed in the Ohi Museum.
Facilities of premises
“Tea Room・Houdoan" Named by Urasenke11th Gengensai
“Tea Room・Toudoken" Named by Urasenke15th Hounsai
“Tea Room・Shoutounoma" Named by18th Maeda Toshiyasu
“Tea Room・Nennenan" Designed by Kengo Kuma, named by Urasenke15th Hounsai
“Ohi Gallery & the Japanese Garden" Designed by Kuma Kengo
“Shoutoutei" Named by18th Maeda Toshiyasu
“Orizurunomatsu・Japanese Red Pine Tree" Kanazawa city's certified tree
“Tsukubai"(Stone Washbasin) The national designation important cultural asset old five-storied pagoda point part
“Japanese Garden In front of the Ohi Ware Museum・Futei" Designed by Teshigawara Hiroshi