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好古園の渡り廊下
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姫路城の西側、かつては武家屋敷が建ち並んでいた場所に、庭園が造られています。

藩校の名前が好古堂だったことにちなみ、好古園と名付けられました。

このパノラマは、その好古園内の活水軒と潮音斉をつなぐ渡り廊下で撮影したものです。

季節ごとに異なる表情を見せてくれる日本庭園で、レストランや茶室があるため、ゆっくりと過ごすことが出来ます。

セットでは出せないリアルな雰囲気があるため、時代劇の撮影にも使用されています。

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送信日: 31/07/2011
更新日: 25/04/2014
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