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Kiunkaku, Atami

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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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  • This is worth the visit as it has a very eclectic architecture with areas typically Japanese - including the garden - and yet other parts that are distinctly Tudor and even Roman Bath in style. A numb...  more »
  • It's a nice place to visit if you come to Atami. You can see an example of Japanese style design, walk around the building and see the rooms from the inside, and it all surrounds a beautiful Japanese ...  more »
  •  I think in the guide a little confusing, but also on the second floor observation area so please don't forget. It was winter visits could breathe Sunshine chair by the window of the Museum (old room) of great writers who, through the glass Conservatory that while, as warm as the spring, just really pleasant place.
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