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#Kura-zukuri townscape / time bell area
Bell of Time (Bell Tower)
Kawagoe's symbol "Toki no Kane" stands out in the emotional brewery townscape.From the beginning of the Edo period to a castle town
A large onigawara roof, black plaster walls and thick double doors ...It feels like you've slipped back in time
Kawagoe's famous spot is filled with about 30 confectionery shops on the cobblestone road studded with colorful glass.
NPO corporation playground (Kawagoe La Scala)
Opportunities to create cultural activities and exchange bases, participate in cultural activities by citizens, and enjoy cultural projects for Kawagoe City and its surrounding citizens
Kawagoe Festival Hall
It is a facility where you can experience the Kawagoe Festival, which boasts a tradition of about 370 years, whenever you visit.Two real floats are regularly put in the hall
Former Yamazaki family villa
It was built in 13 as a retreat for Mr. Kashichi Yamazaki, the fifth generation of Kawagoe's long-established confectionery shop "Uya".
The Yamazaki Museum of Art, which opened in 57, is located in the corner of the main store of the long-established Japanese sweets shop "Uya" facing the townscape of Kura-zukuri.
Hattori Folk Museum
Hattori family built after the Great Fire of Kawagoe in 26 (formerly, the terrifying business (sales of footwear and umbrellas) and the pharmaceutical industry (dispensing, sales of medicines, etc.))