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Tenkyokaku, Inawashiro-machi

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Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Tenkyōkaku (天鏡閣) is a Western-style French Renaissance style residence built as a summer villa for Prince Arisugawa Takehito located in Inawashiro, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.
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  • old second house of the emperors family. now, trees grow tall so that we can not see a view of lake inawashiro from the balcony.
  • In a quiet, nice atmosphere. I think there is the entrance fee is cheap and worth seeing. To order a snack corner not just a resident Clerk had come calling the clerk from admission. I went without eating because it ate the Curry and croquette is too cumbersome. I think whether or not resident, at the very least, Bell is.
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