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Every Jan.-Mar., the Keiunkan (慶雲館), a former guesthouse originally built in 1887 to accommodate Emperor Meiji when he visited Nagahama, holds the Nagahama Bonbaiten exhibition (Nagahama Bonsai Plum Blossom Trees).
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Gate to Keiunkan guesthouse. The Keiunkan is near Nagahama Station's west exit, toward the south end. It is across from Nagahama Railroad Square.
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Grounds of Keiunkan
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Giant stone lantern
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Keiunkan does not look very impressive from the outside, but there's much more than meets the eye.
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Keiunkan admission to the Nagahama Bonsai Plum Blossom Tree exhibition.
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Entrance hall
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Plum tree bonsai greets visitors. 長浜盆梅展
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Every Jan.-Mar., the Keiunkan holds the Nagahama Bonbaiten exhibition of plum tree bonsai.
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Nagahama Bonbaiten exhibition of plum tree bonsai at Keiunkan. 長浜盆梅展
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Plum tree blossom bonsai with red plum blossoms
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Plum tree blossom bonsai with white plum blossoms.
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Plum blossom bonsai when it's too early.
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不老(ふろう) 八重紅色
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清音(せいいん)
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Garden of Keiunkan
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清幽(せいゆう)
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Potted ume bonsai trees.
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2nd floor of Keiunkan
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A newer annex to the Keiunkan. This is the exit.
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After you exit, there's some bonsai plum trees for sale.
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Sumo wrestler monument dedicated to Yokozuna Hitachiyama, a great Yokozuna during the Meiji Period. Built by Asami Matazo who built the Keiunkan. 力士碑 横綱常陸山
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Basho Haiku Monument 「蓬莱にきかはや伊勢の初たより はせを」芭蕉の句碑
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