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Previosuly Toyoda Sasuke House, Nagoya

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  • Western: 0/1916 (1916) built a Japanese-style house: building you build 0/1923 (1923) is (total building area: 508 m 2). Beauty of the sliding door is through the feet to the inside, surprised. Impressive surrounded by beauty of beautiful millionaire but even feudal lords and nobles are fusuma sliding doors that had been living. By building listening to fans on the aesthetics of the fusuma sliding doors interest if you visit here you should visit and, the slack time is required.
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  • I visited every weekday morning. Three more visitors. Walking guide I refused because I wanted to see, but volunteers from explained to the next. What trend was toward Western-style buildings built before. There put autographed sadayakko's partner. Go to the second floor, was a wonderful building floors and ceilings. Maybe because a lot of Toyota Family Crest is used and enjoyed. Guests can spend some quiet time. I thought awesome technology in earthquake-prone Japan earthquake-proof construction has already been building at that time.
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  • It is the home of the brother of the founder of Toyota, sakichi Toyota. Leading into the two-story Western-style and Japanese-style house. Rooms have a wonderful fusuma picture. Admission is free of charge.
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