Homon Kaikan

Sightseeing information about Homon Kaikan in Japan.

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It is built in Homon Park located north from the center of Oyama town.
It was originally built as the house of Wada Toyoji (1861-1924) who was Fuji Boseki President, built at the current Sumida Ward Tokyo.
After death in accordance to will it was transferred to present location and named Homon Kaikan, it is used as welfare for Oyama townsfolk and employees of Fuji Boseki.
At 2004 it was donated to Oyama town, and the following year it was designated as registered tangible cultural property of Japan.
Apart from that within the park there is the Homon Park main entrance, Homon Kaikan Japanese-style house, European-style house, Homon Park European-style house, Homon Park Wadakun Itokuhi, Homon Park fountain spring, and many sights to see.

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5.0a month ago

I went to shoot the night view!
The autumn leaves 🍁 were lit up, and the autumn leaves reflected in the pond and the glass of the building inside were also wonderful ✨
It was a wonderful space with both Japanese and Western buildings ❗ It is a place I want to go to again during the daytime ✨

4.02 months ago

The center of Oyama Town! There are beautiful parks and historic buildings that are widely organized. There is a parking lot and a toilet, so it is good for a walk. There were some big autumn leaves, so autumn should be a wonderful landscape.

5.02 months ago

Toyoji Wada's mansion? Fujibo Thinking Donated to Oyama-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture. A Western-style building and a Japanese-style building, which are cultural properties of the town, are built in the park.

5.06 months ago

It feels like a small garden-type park. There is a Western-style building and a fountain, so it seems good to take a walk and sit on a bench to relax. It is in good condition and the atmosphere is very good.
The parking lot is large.
Scheduled starting point for the 2020 Olympic torch relay in Oyama Town.

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