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Large Hall of Tokaikan(東海館,Tōkaikan),a Japanese inn at a hot-spring resort(the 1928 completion)
Japan

The large hall,which is laid with 120 straw "tatami" mats,the large hall is divided into two rooms now for earthquake measures.The carpenters' elaborate work can be found everywhere in the building in the large hall. This day, a large number of Japanese traditional Hina Dolls were displayed in Large Hall as a special plan.

History of Tokaikan

Tokaikan (東海館 ,Tōkaikan) was established by Yasutaro Inaba in 1928.With the opening of the Ito Line in 1938,the class of travelers changed from private hot springs guests to larger groups,so the interior of the building was redesigned and expanded.At that time,famousu master carpenters were commissioned and they divided the design of each floor.The top floor was built in 1949.It is said that at the time the panoramic view from the top floor was wonderful,and Mt.Amagi could be clearly seen as all of the surrounding building were low-lying.It suffered serious damage in the Kano River Typhoon,but underwent repairs and renovations,using modern techniques.The long history of Tokaikan as a Japanese inn came to an end in 1997,but it was reborn as sightseeing spot in 2001. The three-story building was constructed by master Japanese craftsmen with high quality wood. Visitors can view the ryokan's former guest rooms with their intricate wood carvings. A few rooms exhibit historical artifacts and explain the building's history.

Copyright: Bibouroku Tabito
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10540x5270
Taken: 27/02/2015
Uploaded: 02/03/2015
Updated: 11/04/2015
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Tags: japan; shizuoka; ito city; architecture
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