If you want to know about Imaicho, start here.
“Hanaji”, which is the base of the townscape of Imai-cho, was built in 1903 as the Takaichi-gun Education Museum.
It was used as the Imai Town Hall for 30 years from 1929.
The two-story main building is located in the center, and symmetrical transepts spread out on both sides.
The hall has a modern Meiji atmosphere with Western-style stairs and window windows.
There are materials that introduce the history of Imai-cho, a diorama exhibition room that reproduces the townscape, a video theater, and a book reading room.
If you stop by before taking a walk, you can enjoy walking around the town even more.
I introduced it briefly, but when you actually come to the site, you can experience the history and tradition more concretely with the locals.
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