Aizu's samurai residence is a well kept area-- there's a good amount of English throughout and a series of mannequins set up in the rooms to give a feel for their lives. Lots of tiny details that I haven't noticed in other houses, like security measures in the bathroom to prevent sneak attacks and the working mill in the back. It was quiet when we visited but looks designed to handle large groups. It's also not far from the Matsudaira family grave if you have some extra time.
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