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Akita Akarenga Kyodokan

Closed Now: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
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Akarenga (red brick) Folk Museum

Designed locally and originally the Akita bank (til 1969), the building had very high ceilings and... read more

Reviewed October 30, 2018
TassieTripping
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Hobart, Australia
GREAT OLD BUILDING

This is a beautiful example of a building from the period; there are exhibits of local artists. One... read more

Reviewed November 6, 2019
Warner L
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Pasadena, California
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Nov 6, 2019
“GREAT OLD BUILDING”
Aug 24, 2019
“Respite on a very hot day”
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3-3-21 Omachi, Akita 010-0921, Akita Prefecture
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This is a beautiful example of a building from the period; there are exhibits of local artists. One woodworking other a painter.
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Amazing history of this former back building. Supposedly the building is laid on a foundation that would withstand the strongest of earthquakes. Pleasant walk through building and galleries. A must see. Very peaceful and restful near the end of the day. Closes around 4pm so plan
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Designed locally and originally the Akita bank (til 1969), the building had very high ceilings and plenty of marble and woodwork to marvel at. The two exhibitions - by two metal work and wood cut artists were enjoyable, particularly the latter which gave insight into the local
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We found the Red Brick Building fairly easily, parked and went in. The parking was free and there were a few stalls available. We bought a joint ticket for this building and the City Folklore and Performing Art Center and it was a good deal! I used to work in a bank, so it
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It was a savings to pay the admission here that also included the Performing Arts Heritage Hall and neighboring historic house a few blocks down the street. This red brick building was interesting for it's architecture and history, but mostly for the upstairs exhibits of
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