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Katakura Hall, Suwa

Categories: Observation Decks, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 110 reviews on the web
Constructed in 1928 as a public spa house built over natural hot springs, Katakura Hall features nostalgic European-style architecture typical of the roaring 1920s. With two medium-depth marble pools lined by gravel, this historic establishment can take up to 100 people at a time, and its water has no smell of sulfur. Admire the spa house's stained glass and various sculptures, such as two human-size griffons guarding the exit, a small exhibition featuring an antique telephone, and a typewriter once used in the hall. You can order a meal or browse through a small gift shop. Make Katakura Hall part of your personalized Suwa itinerary using our Suwa itinerary builder.
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  • Hot Springs is a large bath and enters seems many people used together. Your garden is beautiful, it is recommended during this season
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  • I learned to say we visited here katakura Hall on the afternoon of the day of nationwide new Fireworks are Fireworks, would be temporarily closed. We recommend advance phone, make sure the opening status from.
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  • Designated katakura Hotel ho温 Springs, thousand baths, (not thousands) is a bath-built like a Roman bath was used on the thelmaeromae. Sure what to do. For the important cultural asset protection, which closed a!: maybe?
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