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Even though I stayed next door at the similarly built and remarkable K's House, this museum was really impressive. If you are interested in a bit of history, architecture or interior design you must EXPLORE this museum. Make sure to go up to the top...More
Only ¥200 admission, it's a beautifully preserved historical ryokan that was in business until the 1990s. You can look in all the beautiful rooms of the three-story building, which are bare but with some minimal furniture and decorations. At the top is an observation room...More
Nice ryokan exemple. But if you stay in K's house, there is hardly any purpose to go there. The view from the tower must have been stunning 100 years ago. Now there are larger buildings around. The large hall is really nice.