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If you go to Atami, this Property with its beautiful garden, initially built as a private home is worth the visit. The historical significance and the association with famous writers and personalities over the years is fascinating if you can get the details translated. There...More
The best part of this house I felt was the Conservatory room with the skylight coming in. The combination of Japanese and Western influences in the decor of the house was interesting and unusual. The garden was also quite nice.
Loved this the most in Atami. Wonderful aristocratic Ryokan in a serene atmosphere. Visit the rooms, pause for a while, relax! Take a green tea/ coffee break in the cafe. Stroll in the tranquil garden. You won't feel like leaving the place. Only regret is...More
This is worth the visit as it has a very eclectic architecture with areas typically Japanese - including the garden - and yet other parts that are distinctly Tudor and even Roman Bath in style.
A number of famous Japanese authors visited during the time...More
It's a nice place to visit if you come to Atami. You can see an example of Japanese style design, walk around the building and see the rooms from the inside, and it all surrounds a beautiful Japanese landscape garden which you can also stroll.
For those who want to see great Japanese architecture other than temples and shrines, Kiunkaku is a great example of a grand Meiji Era industrialist's home. The art deco inspired dining room and "Roman bath" are human scale but boast very intricate design details which...More