|Facility summary and accessibility conditions||
Shiominawate was selected in 1986 as one of the 100 famous Japanese roads.
|Address||Kitahori-chō, Matsue, Shimane|
|Telephone||0852-22-2243（Former Samurai residence） 0852-23-0714（Former residence） 0852-21‐2147（Lafcadio Hearn Memorial Museum）|
|Reception hours||April - September: 8:30 - 18:30 October - March: 8:30 - 17:00|
|Transportation, closest station, bus stop||
From Matsue Station, 3 km(1.9mi).
|Bumps at the entrance||
Yes Former Samurai residence → temporary wooden ramp (Reservation necessary) Lafcadio Hearn Memorial Museum → ramp
|Bathroom entrance width||90cm(35.4in)|
|Accessible parking space||
|Multilingual information||Partially available|
|Display items with multilingual explanation||Partially available|
|Multilingual pamphlets||Partially available|
|Staff fluent in foreign languages||
|Wifi connection||Yes (Former Samurai residence only)|
|Audio (English) guidance||
|A wheelchair user (manual) Male / Able to walk a short distance using a cane|
|The sidewalk along the moat is soil, relatively wide, with a solid surface, possible to move along in a wheelchair.
Along the houses, the sidewalk is narrow, which may require using the roadway for some parts. In that case, you have to pay attention to the cars passing by.