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Pierson Memorial Museum, Kitami

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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3.3/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • It is the House of American missionaries about 100 years ago. Lord Pearson missionaries with burp Lady. To pick on the Hill who loves this place, beautiful sunsets, built, around on the slopes. Their photos, letters, his desk, played the organ, made Japan Japanese Bible etc. remains intact and is interesting. Made this building is William Merrell vories who is famous as an architect. Turns out it was just a few years ago. It seems it's the northernmost piece. You can meet surprising people on the second floor. Sakamoto ryoma! Why? It is from the nephew of ryoma enters the development in this area. You can read the letters can be seen in a short period of time and then slowly in Japan, wrote the chronology of the Japanese wife of vowels and spend. Foreigners may also suggest, English, Korea, Chinese,.
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  • Western American missionary-Pearson and his wife had been living. Kind of residence in this area for this sunset was beautiful. The hotel exhibited spectacular organ and writing desk, books and his wife. Restore or replication because maybe original? I think you look at kitami Peppermint Museum and set building. Move was about 10 minutes by car. Admission is free of charge.
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  • You can feel the period on Pearson Hall located in a quiet residential area, the Pearson Park and walk into the House and lived in Pearson and his wife. Around sunset in the evening on the second floor looking out and I feel nostalgic. And this area seems to be power spot is gone.
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