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Museum Meijimura, Inuyama

(4.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
Admire the collection of architectural works at Museum Meijimura, an open air museum showcasing Japanese building design from the time the country opened up after centuries of isolation. See the contrast in styles and utility between designs from the Meiji, Taisho, and early Showa periods, noticing the increased influence of Western styles alongside traditional Japanese motifs. More than 60 historical buildings sit on this sprawling site, including places of worship, a post office, and the reconstructed lobby and entrance from Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel. See Museum Meijimura and all Inuyama has to offer by arranging your trip with our Inuyama holiday planner.
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  • Inuyama Castle was closed, so the tourist office was visited. Meiji era buildings scattered in the vast grounds, to inspect inside slowly and very can't around in one day. Would like to see in the Park Guide map to make sure the important cultural property building mainly around did. Best part was impressed in the 1-St John the Baptist Church (important cultural property), its beauty. 4-Chome in Uji Yamada post office building (important cultural property) is, make a small dome of left and right on the front, a beautiful yellow-green dome of the square tower was wonderful.
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  • Funded by former chairmen of Meitetsu (the private railway which virtually CONTROLS Nagoya), this place preserves so many important things from the Meiji era which makes it a must-go.  more »
  • Collected and published historical materials of the buildings of the Meiji era, and though already contribute to the improvement of the socio-cultural purposes founded and operated is the open-air museum, kids and old facility came about 20 years ago from now. Already memory is fuzzy, but at that time, children ran around the very slowly and look at the building, like at. I was able to watch while listening to explanations of how valuable monuments, steam locomotives, trams, in charge of Imperial Hotel was moved, the other around the impressive enough, slipped in the Meiji era mood.
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