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Minami Alps Tourism Association
Mar. 27, 2024
【Open to the public once every 33 years】Hattasan Choukokuji Temple 3 days from March 16 ~ 18, 2024. Once every 33 years, the secret Buddha, the eleven-sided Kannon statue, was opened to the public. Harashichigo Kanseon Bodhisattva, which was called the guardian Kannon of Hara Nanago, has been worshipped by people since ancient times. During the three days of the open to the public, many people crowded with prayers. In addition, the main hall has been designated as an important cultural property of Japan as a valuable building that preserves the architectural style of the Muromachi period. This year also marks the 500th anniversary of the reconstruction of the main hall.
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Shizuoka, Matsuzaki Tourism Association
Feb. 25, 2024
【Nationally Designated Important Cultural Property Iwashina School】 A school of sea cucumber walls and shrine-like architecture completed in Meiji 13 (1880). Incorporating the traditional architectural methods of Matsuzaki Town and Western architectural styles, it is known as the oldest school building in the Izu area as a masterpiece of wooden architecture. It is a two-story wooden hipped building, the building is symmetrical, and the exterior is a "sea cucumber wall". The Tonshi of "Iwashina School" displayed at the main entrance is the calligraphy of Sanjo Sanetomi, the Minister of Taisei at the time, and the dragon on it is said to have been carved by Chohachi Irie by borrowing the "chisel" of the building beam. It is an impressive building with a Western-style design, and is known in Japan as the second oldest after the former Rikuzawa School in Kofu and the former Kaichi School in Matsumoto, and was designated as an important cultural property of Japan in Showa 50 (1975). In Matsuzaki, there was a high enthusiasm for the promotion of education in the village, and donations were collected for the construction of the school building, and more than 40% of the total construction cost was covered by donations.
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Minami Alps Tourism Association
Feb. 20, 2024
【Ando Family Residence Hinamatsuri】 Designated as a National Important Cultural Property, more than 200 dolls from Edo to Showa are on display at the "Ando Family Residence". Yamanashi's unique hina doll, "Bina Yokozawa", is charming in its standing figure. You can also enjoy the architecture and gardens that are more than 300 years old suitable for the spring festival. During the period, a concert of songs related to spring will be held. In addition, the staff is giving a handmade miniature folded gift to those who come. (Limited number) Date and time: February 9 (Fri) ~ April 8 (Mon), 2024 (Reiwa 6) Time: 9 a.m. ~ 4:30 p.m. (last admission 4 p.m.) *Closed on Tuesdays Admission fee: Adults (university students and older) 300 yen Children (elementary, junior high, and high school students) 100 yen * Preschoolers free of charge Address Yamanashi Prefecture Minami-Alps City Seinan Lake 4302 Note: You may be required to use a temporary parking lot due to parking lot maintenance work. (3 mins walk) Contact: Ando Family ☎Residence 055-284-4448 Cultural Properties Division, ☎Board of Education 055-282-7269
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 18, 2024
Atami Yamaguchi Museum of Art The Atami Yamaguchi Museum of Art opened in Atami City in December 2020. It has a large collection of works by famous artists such as Renoir, Picasso, and Taro Okamoto. In addition to allowing customers to enter the museum, various initiatives are being made. ・ 1 drink included in the admission fee (you can choose matcha in the vessel of a human national treasure artist) ・ Mug painting experience is included in the admission fee (you can take it home in about 10 minutes) ・ Photography is OK (only flash NG) ・ There are works that you can actually touch (works by Taro Okamoto, etc.) ・ Two Buddha statues of nationally designated important cultural properties are on display. Address: 〒413-0014 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Nagisa-cho 24-1 Phone number: 0557-27-2411 Access: About 10 minutes by bus bound for Atami Port from JR Atami Station→ get off at "Shinsui Park" → 3 minutes on foot Business hours: 10:00~16:30 (Last reception 16:00) Open open all year Admission: 1400 yen for adults, 1200 yen for high school and university students, 500 yen for junior high school students and younger (with drinks, free for preschoolers) Parking / None (Use of nearby paid P)
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  • Art museum
  • Art
  • Contemporary Art
  • Living national treasure
  • Chaki
  • Important Cultural Properties
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  • Atami
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Shizuoka, Matsuzaki Tourism Association
Feb. 4, 2024
Nationally Designated Important Cultural Property Iwashina School A school of sea cucumber walls and shrine-like architecture completed in Meiji 13 (1880). Incorporating the traditional architectural methods of Matsuzaki Town and Western architectural styles, it is known as the oldest school building in the Izu area as a masterpiece of wooden architecture. It is a two-story wooden hipped building, the building is symmetrical, and the exterior is a "sea cucumber wall". It is said that the plaque of "Iwashina School" displayed at the main entrance is the calligraphy of Sanjo Sanetomi, the minister of Taisei at the time, and the dragon on it is said to have been carved by Chohachi Irie by borrowing the "chisel" of the ridge beam. It is an impressive building with a Western-style design, and is known in Japan as the second oldest after the former Rikuzawa School in Kofu and the former Kaichi School in Matsumoto, and was designated as an important cultural property of Japan in Showa 50 (1975). In Matsuzaki, there was a high enthusiasm for the promotion of education in the village, and donations were collected for the construction of the school building, and more than 40% of the total construction cost was covered by donations.
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