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[Tsushima City Tourism Exchange Center]

A Showa-esque facility that also provides tourist information

Tsushima City Tourism Exchange Center is housed in a building that was erected in 1929 and used as Nagoya Bank and the Tsushima Branch of Tokai Bank. In this two-story retro building made of reinforced concrete, there is a full-scale model of a makiwarabune boat lantern on display. These lanterns are used in the Owari Tsushima Tenno Festival, which has over 600 years of history. Visitors to the center can also see a video of the festival. The facility also provides sightseeing maps and event information about the surrounding area for tourists. Why not drop by while strolling around the town?
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Tsushima City Tourism Exchange Center, with its distinctive bank-like architecture based on the Renaissance style that was popular in the early Showa period.
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Upper left: The first floor of the earthen-walled storehouse has been renovated as a tea room and is now used to hold a matcha tea tasting program and various other events. Upper right: The exhibits are changed around periodically. (The photo is an example.) Bottom: The storehouse on the premises is thought to have been a building that belonged to a merchant's house or Tsushima Bank.
 
Address Honmachi 1-52-1, Tsushima City, Aichi
Phone +81-567-25-2701 (Japanese only)
Opening hours 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Holidays Every Monday (The following weekday if Monday is a holiday)
Admission fee Free
Access Take the Meitetsu Tsushima Line from "Meitetsu Nagoya Station" close to "Nagoya Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 30 minutes, alight at "Tsushima Station" and walk for approx. 10 minutes.
URL http://hc-ppp.com/tsushimashikankou/

updated on Sep 30, 2019

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