This gallery in the heart of San-Machi Suji occupies a traditional merchant's storehouse; its entrance is a replica of an outer gate that once led to Takayama Castle. The eclectic collection from the Edo Period includes beautiful tansu (chests) inlaid with mother-of-pearl, sake cups, lacquerware, Imari and Kutani porcelain, tortoiseshell combs, ceremonial dolls, kimono, teakettles, paper lanterns, rice barrels, smoking utensils, matchlocks, swords, farming tools, spinning wheels, and more. Many items are identified in English, making this a very worthwhile museum; you can see it all in about 20 minutes.