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Garyusanso

Garyusanso
Garyusanso
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Garyu Sanso is the mountain villa built about 100 years ago by a wealthy merchant at the time, and is designated as an important cultural property by the state for its architectural beauty. With the sumptuous designs decorating even the smallest parts of the building, its beauty prompted Japan’s leading architect Kisho Kurokawa to say, “I want to take possession of it even if I were to go into debt.” With the refreshing air enveloping the premises, when you sit down on the wooden-floored “engawa” veranda, you would be enfolded by a sense of genial relief.

Street address

411-2 Ozu, Ozu-shi, Ehime Prefecture

Access

  • ・Get on loop-line bus "Gururin" at JR Iyo-Ozu Station and get off at Roadside Station Asamoya (15 minutes)
    ・five minutes by foot from Roadside Station Asamoya

Opening Hours

9:00-17:00 (Ticket sales stop at 16:30)

Closed

Open seven days a week

Fee

Website

Best season

All year

Point

[Admission] Adult: 500 yen Child: 200 yen (Junior high students or younger)
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