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Western-style room inside the Geihinkan.
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Japanese-style room on 2nd floor of the Geihinkan.
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2nd floor of the Geihinkan.
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2nd floor of the Geihinkan.
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2nd floor corridor of the Geihinkan.
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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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Within the Ninomaru of Matsue Castle, the Kounkaku was a guesthouse originally built in 1903 for Crown Prince Yoshihito (Emperor Taisho). 興雲閣
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After Crown Prince Yoshihito stayed here, the Kounkaku was used for a variety of purposes. During the 1940s war years, it was the Japanese Navy's personnel office. After the war, Kounkaku served as an annex for the Shimane Prefectural Capital until 1952. Then it housed the Matsue Board of Education until 1962. A local museum from 1973–2011. Then after renovations were completed in 2015, the building was opened to the public in Oct. 2015.
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Entrance hall of the stately Kounkaku. Free admission.
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Corridor of Kounkaku.
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Kounkaku exhibition room on 1st floor.
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Stairs to the upper floor.
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Entrance to the Kounkaku's upper floor.
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Kounkaku's upper floor.
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One end of the Kounkaku's upper floor was the lodging quarters for Crown Prince Yoshihito who stayed here in 1907 while he toured the San'in Region.
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The lodging quarters for Crown Prince Yoshihito had only three rooms. Entrance room in the middle.
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Living room for the Crown Prince Yoshihito. The carpets and curtains are replicas since the originals no longer exist.
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Bedroom for the Crown Prince Yoshihito.
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About Crown Prince Yoshihito's quarters.
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Door to the balcony.
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View of the Central Turret from the Kounkaku balcony.
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View of the Central Turret from the Kounkaku balcony.
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Kounkaku balcony.
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Kounkaku balcony.
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Kounkaku balcony.
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Kounkaku balcony.
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Kounkaku signboard.
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