Sumiya Motenashi Cultural and Art Museum, Kyoto

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  • A step into the big door will be the red wall and two yellow-colored window frames attracted, with a bold eye-catching, and most of the Japanese-style building color is very different, there is a high sense of the beautiful. Outside the house there is a long time in the corner House of Ban Xuan, there is a wooden basin in the west of the Longsheng, and a new selection of knives on the wall, the above-mentioned figures and organizations are at the end of the screen the well-known patriots and responsible for the maintenance of the Kyoto Security Organization, Kok House for Edo time in Kyoto, the largest model of the high-level banquet hall, to attract loyalists, the scene of the Patriots so far, In the beauty companion gong raising the wrong talk into things or enemies, presumably also witness many history events. The exhibits cannot be photographed, the space and the courtyard can be photographed, the exhibition booth next to the Huakui and husband related items, documents, followed by the introduction into the kitchen, enter the house must be out of shoes. The corner room is not open and the route is different from the past. This space contains kitchen, the end of the account, teahouse, the kitchen is very wide open, painted beige Five on the stove can cook a lot of people's dinner point, according to said the staff have 20 people of the model, the environment is high and good wind. Into the two spaces of the former feast, called the web and the pine, these two dinners are a little bit dim, only to think they are very provincial electric few 盞 light, but will be candles fire point as white Day general, also because a lot of candles fire smoked relations, make the ceiling was smoked black. The speaker specifically stated that the ceiling of the web was a special place for lattice weaving, and that the decoration on the compartment was long, luxurious. There is a courtyard outside the pine, known as the House of the Pines, and the nearby teahouse, which is not open to the outside, is a national treasure. After the end of the visit to the exit, suddenly a group of people do not have to come out from which side, should be from the two floor, and this time did not buy tickets to see really a little pity, the second floor is the same as a number of banquet hall.
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  • Visit of the second floor is absolute mast is booked in advance and photo NG. Delicate designs vary, all I think is the best place to feel the smell of the Edo period, and bewitching. For us to care staff also provides a detailed commentary in the sushi will be studied very. Is further taste the atmosphere of the shop if you visit at night, but unfortunately not currently open.
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  • Unfortunately closed during all bookings is only in appearance, hit the road pretty much include there. The atmosphere really Shinsen-gumi and ready to turn the corner, come. Opening time is also not to be missed
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  • Thank God no grisly crimes here in the history. But interesting history concerning Shinsengumi warriors after the Edo period
  • Beautiful old Geisha House, worth a look in
  • Great building with stately elegance with a history from the 1600s. Limited the public upstairs are very impressive. Enjoys Supreme said yosa Buson's later works are depicted on the walls, and marvelous atmosphere along the room's name in every guestroom, over just how much trouble she wore made. Two remains a sword wound Shinsen-gumi in the room of the mother of Pearl inlay. Black wall of the room (a sword was not permitted in the room why) mother of Pearl inlay and mother-of-Pearl inlay POPs has bluish color is based on that. Blackened wall of candles to the brightness of the day so many went in, so that soot was on the wall for. Well you know is used in very expensive candles was a corner room which had earned. It is strongly recommended that upstairs is a must, but for a limited time, limited hours, limited number of reservations to the.
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  • The existing shop seems only here Shimabara (aka). Sword wounds left by historical turmoil Shinsen-gumi has them now.
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  • Special upstairs have real shop in the Museum on the first floor is exposed only when you publish
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