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Kofu Toson Memorial Museum, Kofu

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Kofu boasts easy access to downtown Tokyo by train, so naturally most of its accommodation options cluster around the main station. You can choose from a number of two- and three-star hotels, or basic inns and guesthouse chains, most offering amenities such as breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning. Most lodgings put you in a central location, with quick access to the city sights from your room. Alternatively, explore the number of onsens (traditional hot spring resorts) located around the city.
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  • Immediately adjacent to the bus stops on the north side of the station is this 19th century building. It would only be of particular interest to architecture buffs, but is still worth a look while wai...  more »
  • You should visit if you want instant travel from Kofu station. When I went the local uncle's early Showa songs played on the piano. A famous Uncle?
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  • Reconstructed and repaired it in Western-style building located in Kofu-North Station Plaza, built in the Meiji era school building is a thing. Special Exhibition Hall in Kofu city related historical relics exhibitions and events to suit. When I visited Shingen during the Festival and the exhibition of handmade armor history fans were held. Admission is free of charge.
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