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"Imperial Facade"

The purpose behind this museum, which converted nearly 60 buildings into an attractive park, is to preserve the architectural legacy of the Meiji and Taisho periods. Most of the structures are Western style and include government buildings, schools, a post office and churches. Not to be missed are the remnants from the Imperial Hotel, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and foreigners' houses from the ‘treaty port' cities of Nagasaki and Kobe. The price of admission varies according to age and the academic year in which one is studying. Call to know the open hours.
1 Uchiyama, Inuyama, Japan, 484-0000
"Imperial Facade"
The purpose behind this museum, which converted nearly 60 buildings into an attractive park, is to preserve the architectural legacy of the Meiji and Taisho periods. Most of the structures are Western style and include government buildings, schools, a post office and churches. Not to be missed are the remnants from the Imperial Hotel, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and foreigners' houses from the ‘treaty port' cities of Nagasaki and Kobe. The price of admission varies according to age and the academic year in which one is studying. Call to know the open hours.
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