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Kiunkaku, Atami

(4.6/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
Witness a mixture of 20th-century Japanese and Western architecture at Kiunkaku, once a favored retreat for a wealthy shipping magnate. Built in 1919, this historic site sits on a gently sloping hillside and serves as a walk-through museum. Be sure to take a stroll through the surrounding traditional garden, a breath of fresh air and greenery soothing for both the eyes and the soul. A visit to Kiunkaku represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Atami vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • For those who want to see great Japanese architecture other than temples and shrines, Kiunkaku is a great example of a grand Meiji Era industrialist's home. The art deco inspired dining room and "Roma...  more »
  • I visited in the closing hours, surprisingly in a splendid building with garden spectacular. Don't forget the passage of time remain well-preserved if especially towards the West Pavilion like a solarium, original stained glass, floor tiles, and are put away staring in.
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  • Atami has done many times, I visited for the first time. Western hotel rooms also each is distinctive, wonderful views of the garden! If you like this building, guests can enjoy relaxing.
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