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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5.03 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.

4.0a month ago

It is a park where you can enjoy the autumn leaves with a refreshing feeling.
Taking a walk while touching cultural properties has become a step up 👍💮

4.07 months ago

Homon Park
It seems that it is used for movie sets
In movies such as The Professor's Beloved Formula, Teiichi no Kuni
It seems that famous people such as Eri Fukatsu and Masaki Suda also visited.

Originally it was the residence of Mr. Wada, who prospered the paper industry in Shizuoka.
It seems that what was in Tokyo has been moved to Oyamamachi.
It seems that the Western-style building was an executive training center.
Both are not just mansion,
A wonderful building with a craftsman's heart in every detail.
I want to live in a house like this.
A very quaint building with a world view like Ghibli.
Isn't it irresistible for architecture lovers?

According to the staff who happened to be there, it is open to the public once in a while.
It's a pity that it seems to be irregular due to the corona damage.

The garden is beautiful and the scenery is good
Isn't it good for walks, dates, and sightseeing?

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