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Kiunkaku, Atami
(4.5/5 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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  • If you were lost how to kill time in the Atami come recommended. Western Museum has changed owners and was also renovated just in and enjoy the change. Beautiful view of the garden from the room and I stayed in this room feel envious. Also out in the garden, and walk 味waemashita an elegant feel.
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  • A high entrance fee is only in the garden.... While I thought, was a very very good hearing and sights, visitors included old used as well as the rooms and grounds! want to go again!
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  • I went on a sunny Sunday morning. Still others calm and quiet at least, could visit. Good to hear the details in some places. See the history now repeat the renovation as the new owner. Each room is very nice.
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