日本での一年間

April 23, 2009

Takayama (Part 2)

Filed under: Chubu, Domestic, Trips — myyearinjapan @ 1:14 am

More pictures from Takayama:

There are several old style houses that you can pay a small fee to enter and walk around and see the old architecture and some displays they might have available to look at. But in this house, they also had this little alcove in the back where they played Jazz records and had a permanent display of an artists work. (I forget the artists name...) I really liked the atmosphere of this back room and I sort of ignored most of the other things in this place and just sat a relaxed here for a while.

There are several old style houses that you can pay a small fee to enter and walk around and see the old architecture and some displays they might have available to look at. But in this house, they also had this little alcove in the back where they played Jazz records and had a permanent display of an artist's work. (I forget the artist's name...) I really liked the atmosphere of this back room and I sort of ignored most of the other things in this place and just sat a relaxed here for a while.

A little creek

A little creek

Inside the former government house of the Tokugawa Shogunate, the last one still standing. Storehouse area of the building.

Inside the former government house of the Tokugawa Shogunate, the last one still standing. Storehouse area of the building.

Former Tokugawa Shogunate government office. hallway.

Former Tokugawa Shogunate government office. hallway.

Former Tokugawa Shogunate office. Old school torture devieces.

Former Tokugawa Shogunate office. Old school torture devices.

Former Tokugawa Shogunate office. pictures displaying how they used the above torture devieces

Former Tokugawa Shogunate office. pictures displaying how they used the above torture devices

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