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Matto Furusato-kan, Hakusan

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  • National registration tangible Cultural Property Matsuto Furusato Museum (formerly Yoshida House) in the Meiji, Taisho, and early Showa period, the private residence of Yoshida Shigehira who was active in finance, Rice, and warehouse business, etc., and what was in Yasuyoshi town was relocated to the current JR Matsuto station in the hub of traffic in Taisho The main house and the garden part are left now. The city was opened as a "Furusato-kan" in 1982, and as a central facility of the Minami Ryokuchi Square, which was based on greenery and flowers, it has been popular as a place of recreation and relaxation for citizens.
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  • Sunset registered Cultural property of the country. The private residence of Mr. Shigehira Yoshida, who was active in finance, rice, warehousing, etc. in the Meiji, Taisho and early Showa era, relocated. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (admission until 16:30) closed on Mondays. Tea ceremonies are often held. I'm nervous, but it's fun.
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