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Jinpu-kaku Hall, Tottori
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  • Only Emperor stay is very fashionable Western-style buildings. Wealth built Tottori Ikeda 14 fourth head of House of Lords once recalled. At that time, the city's budget around 50000 Yen took 44000 Yen? It's incredible! Of fine architectural heritage, I want to save forever, clean.
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  • Tottori Castle nino丸 is a mansion built on the site. Seen from the entrance of hisamatsu Park stand out because they know immediately. Originally as the townhouse of the Ikeda family is built during the Meiji period, Taisho emperor (strictly yoshihito Imperial) of was used as a lodging. Here and there is peeling paint, is a beautiful building of the Cretaceous and watch from a distance, but closer look and very very helpful. It is a little disappointing. That is specified in the important cultural property of the country, in Renaissance-style Regal becomes even quicker. Suite room, especially on the ground floor and the garden seen from there is awesome. And, no one should see much about Tottori and Ikeda Marquis home inside the Museum are exhibited, but felt. I think architecture and interiors to appreciate here.
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  • Visiting a stately house in any country, you generally expect to be blown away by the decadence or to at least learn interesting things about the period it's from. I didn't really get either from this...  more »