Wednesday, April 29, 2015

kobayashi memorial hall

Yesterday, while walking to the market, Satoshi and I stopped at the Kobayashi Memorial Hall to check out their baseball exhibit.

The house is located near the Ikeda castle ruins and was the residence of the founder of the Hankyu railways, Kobayashi Ichizo.

On the ground floor of the house is a French restaurant, Gazoku Sanso.

And on the second floor is where their living quarters were. This is also where the exhibit was.

The entrance was quite dark but I was fascinated by the decor.

Also, the living room area (on the ground floor) was large and I was amazed by the large windows and high ceilings, definitely not something found in Japanese homes during the 1900s.

The gardens surrounding the home are also something to see too.

I'm glad we got to check out this place and hopefully we'll be able to eat at the restaurant in the coming days.

Kobayashi Memorial Hall
7-17 Tateishi-cho
Ikeda, Osaka
Phone: 072.751.3865
Hours: 10:00-17:00
Closed Mondays
Admission: 300 yen

ps it's a holiday today and the start of Golden Week(GW), we have some adventures in the works!


K said...

Looks pretty!

Anonymous said...

Looks and sounds like an interesting place to visit.

K and S said...

it really was K!

it was a great place, Paz!

Take care you two!

KirkK said...

Awesome. thanks for sharing Kat.

K and S said...

glad you enjoyed this Kirk :)

Take care.