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Kiunkaku  Tamahime-room  (Atami-shi)
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起雲閣にある洋館の内の一室「玉姫」、二代目の持ち主根津嘉一郎によって1932(昭和7)年に造られる。 アール・デコ様式が取り入れられたサンルームは天井のステンドグラス装飾、タイル張りの床が印象的。サンルームの奥にある一室(食堂?)は、寺社建築の組み手・蟇股・折上天井の装飾が見られ、洋館の中で「和」を主張している。

 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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