Edo-Tōkyō Open Air Architectural Museum – 江戸東京たてもの園 (updated)

The posting about the Edo-Tōkyō Open Air Architectural Museum has seen a general update that, on the one hand, doesn’t scant with additional pictures, and, on the other hand also adds short descriptions of buildings which were not covered yet:

  1. Second House of the Nishikawa Family (西川家別邸 / にしかわけべってい)
  2. House of Uemura (植村邸 / うえむらてい)
  3. Yamatoya Crocery Store (大和屋本店 / やまとやほんてん)
  4. Stationery store “Takei Sanshōdō” (武居三省堂 / たけいさんしょうどう)

With other words: It’s about time to have a look again!

Here is the link: Edo-Tōkyō Open Air Architectural Museum – 江戸東京たてもの園
And should you fancy a German version: Edo-Tōkyō Freilicht-Architekturmuseum – 江戸東京たてもの園

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