Numazu Imperial Villa Memorial Park, Numazu

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  • It is a beautiful park by the sea. This is the place were in former imperial villa as the name suggests. Are very well maintained, very clean. I feel the history.
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  • Here is a villa from the Meiji era was used until the middle of Showa. Abolished in 1969, is now as Villa Park is open to public. Begin with this imperial it was built for the rest of the Crown Prince (Emperor) Emperor Meiji. Guide me in I had described the Emperor Meiji to grandchildren (Emperor Hirohito's brother) and build to became. There is room number 26 West annex building alone. Iwasaki-Tei in Tokyo, there is my first impression of Mitsubishi Zaibatsu, Yasuda old House than Villa it is austere.  Are many things in life at that time was used, so your early age of Emperor Hirohito's Western annex is exhibits. Get the Emperor Hirohito was is the precious artifacts of the era, such as seen in the now three-wheeled bike, phone, vacuum cleaner, radio.
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  • It was a very prestigious building. Gardens and quaint, nostalgic feeling of old Japan. Numazu HA was very nice. I would like to see the other imperial.
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Where to stay in Numazu

Most accommodations of Numazu sit close to the main train station. Designed primarily for the comfort of business travelers from Tokyo, they consist of standard hotels, as well as some luxury options, primarily in high-rises overlooking some of the more active commercial areas in the city center. Many more visitors to the peninsula prefer to stay in the resort towns of Atami and Izunagaoka. Located close to hot springs, these cater more to international tourism, offering a wealth of restaurants, spas, entertainments, and places to stay.
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