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“Dating from the early Showa period in the 1920s, this Japanese building shows signs of influence from Western architecture. Inside, the spacious exhibition hall seems to stretch on endlessly, whetting one’s appetite for its treasures. The displays have a distinctive Showa flavor—a glimpse into an interesting era of Japan’s development. Right after opening or before closing, there are fewer people, so you can have a relaxing tour. At those times, it’s quiet enough to hear the wooden floor creak under your feet, which adds to the retro ambience.”
  • 6 moradores locais recomendam
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“For those who speak / read Japanese and are interested in modern Japanese literature this small museum is a treasure house.”
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“The museum is modern and I like the surroundings. There is a bus going to the museum from Yoga station on Denentoshi-line.”
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“Incredibly beautiful house containing a collection of Japanese Folk Crafts. An important little museum of the Art & Crafts Movement.”
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“A museum of Hazukawa Machiko, writer of "Sazae-san" popular since long ago in japan.”
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“There are a lot of Japanese traditional works of art. Also, so calm and peaceful place. You can feel Japanese in this neighborhood.”
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“This museum's contents are made up from the old art collection and classical literature collection that used to be owned by the Iwasaki family of the Mitsubishi Zaibatsu clan. This collection contains 7 national treasures and 83 important cultural remains (as of the year 2010). 【Seikado Book and Art Museum】 Opening times / 10:00 to 16:30”
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“Japanese composer and guitarist known for creating melodies, and a pioneer of Japanese popular music. He was regarded as a notable figure for establishing the genre enka, though Koga considered that he was a ryūkōka composer.[1] He wrote numerous songs for Ichiro Fujiyama and Hibari Misora, and his work has been featured in various films, including Come See the Paradise, and Memoirs of a Geisha. He was the head of the "Japanese Society of Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers" from 1964 to 1978.”
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Café
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“1929年に建てられた昭和初期の洋館が今も現存しているということでとても貴重な博物館。静かで重厚な佇まいに、時代のロマンを感じることは必須。 This is the very rare building that was built in 1929 the Showa Era of Japan. The location will be quiet and thick. You can feel the romance of old Tokyo.”
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“Zen history exhibited 10:00 - 16:30 Sat, Sun, Holidays closed Free entrance”
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