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Kiunkaku  Garden  (Atami-shi)
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起雲閣は1919(大正8)年に別荘として築かれた。岩崎別荘、住友別荘(現存せず)と合わせて「熱海三大別荘」と呼ばれた。後に所有者が変わり、1947(昭和22)年に旅館として開業する。1999(平成11)年 旅館廃業、2000(平成12)年 熱海市が取得し一般公開開始、現在に至る。

熱海市ホームページ(”起雲閣”のページ)http://www.city.atami.shizuoka.jp/page.php?p_id=893

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