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Former Hirosaki City Library, Hirosaki

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  • I think it was longer in Castle is built in the Russo-Japanese War Memorial Library, monument or building something will be, but Wow is a modern and practical sense of hirosaki. Moreover, designers rather than "master carpenter!! "That Horie sakichi image of profound depth is awesome! No evidence he studied under prominent Western architect is a passionate desire to explore by himself put to Western-style architecture of building is. It is the appearance of blue silver Memorial Museum still is in the works and would rather taciturn men feel that from its form and color dressed in glamorous Lady like. The sharp contrast between the brighter red frame was cut out Dormer and twin tower on an octagonal red Tin Roof and stucco walls Ribbon Windows beauty is felt. Visit is within 1.2 floor, regional publications and literary materials are exhibited and put somewhat of a plate, the room above the entrance of each room was used at that time, "women's reading room"or"Council Chamber". I think that has led to the tower and Dormer on the 3rd floor of the staircase was being closed. By the way this is all shoes. I will sign of commitment to the building to be preserved?
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  • Characterized by the appearance of a Renaissance style with an octagonal tower on the left and right edges. Also employed the traditional techniques of wall painting on plaster, such as Japan. At that time has been reproduced and is currently used as a library. Internal tour was free.
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  • This is a lovely old building if you are into architecture of old buildings. Nice miniatures of other buildings in the compound. Right next to Otemon Square where the new library is now. I love the ol...  read more »
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