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Too Gijyuku Gaijin Kyoshikan, Hirosaki
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  • 如果你一下沒法把所有建築看盡的話,這里其實能重現全部建築的各式風貌,這里也在遊客中心附近的位置,所以大慨走下就能看到入口處,雖然沒有招牌但其實你途經的話就會找到這里,繞上一圈彷彿時光倒流看盡弘前西洋建築的美. 弘前的西式建築較集中,這里只是將它們都集中在一起,不管大人和小孩都能看得很開心,雖然那天下雨沒人在這里,但我覺得一個人在這里靜靜的看很好,順便計畫自己遊覽的順序,把最想看的先排入或許是一個比...  more »
  • Admission is free. On the second floor is a room. Reproduction is the fantastic cute kids room, etc.. From the window looks miniature buildings.
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  • It is the residence of the foreign teachers were invited along with the civilization flow East mystery school school in the Meiji early opening of the existing building was reconstructed after the fire thing. The design of history teachers from United States Methodist Mission headquarters. Most likely the moat contractor is still the city are leaving a lot of Western architecture, such as blue-silver Memorial sasho Yoshimoto thesis. MOSS green, pale cream Foundation and chimney brick a fashionable wooden two-story Western, siding, window frames and Red Tin Roof coordination is great. Can be placed inside furniture, since at the time of the foreign teachers family living pretending to hear, was Japanese-style toilet exhibition for I wonder? Incidentally at stairs to the second floor slippers change to have will be for the building to be preserved? Moegi Kan in the Kobe ijinkan-Gai (← was entirely) and I had a similar experience. Historic buildings are lined up in the back yard one-tenth size replica is fine.
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