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Nagoya-City Yokiso

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Yokiso is a villa built by Ito Jirozaemon Suketami the 15th, the first president of Matsuzakaya Company, over a period from the 1910s to the 1930s. It used to flourish as a reception hall and a place for social gathering and foster the formation of an international community. Having gone through changes of the times, five buildings designated as cultural assets and a garden are left today. How about visiting these valuable cultural assets transmitting Nagoya's history?


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Location : 〒464-0057
2-5-17 (South Garden) / 2-5-21 (North Garden) Hoo-cho, Chikusa-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Adults, University and Senior High School Students 300 yen; Nagoya City Senior Residents (ages 65 and older) 100 yen; Junior High and Elementary School students free of charge
*: Subject to changes, please verify using direct sources whenever possible before departing.
days / hours
: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM (When rented may be used up until 8:00 PM)
Parking : Unavailable
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Mondays (if Monday coincides with a holiday, opens on Monday and closes instead on the next non-holiday weekday); year's end and New Year (Dec 29 - Jan 3)
Phone number : 052-759-4450

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    Access by public transport
    6min (450m) (South Garden), or 7min (550m) (North Garden), northwards walk from Exit 2 of Kakuozan Station of the subway Higashiyama Line (board the train bound for Fushimi and Fujigaoka from Nagoya Station).

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