これも 渡辺節の設計で そのほか この坂を下っていくと紀州街道があって そのへんのレトロビルも
渡辺節設計 スパニッシュ様式で学術的にも価値の高い建物で 当時は自泉館といい、甚吉の会社関連の社交場として使われていたが、昭和18年に
Kishiwada Jisen Kaikan This was also designed by Setsu Watanabe. It says to go up the moat of Kishiwada Castle.
Jisen Kaikan near Kishiwada Castle.
Take the Osaka Wangan Route towards Kishiwada, get off at the Kishiwada Minami Interchange and go left and you will see Kishiwada Castle. If you go up a little beside the moat of Kishiwada Castle, you will find a parking lot. In front of the parking lot is the “Jisen Kaikan”.
Modern architecture is often designed by Setsu Watanabe.
This was also designed by Setsu Watanabe.In addition, if you go down this slope, you will reach the Kishu Kaido, and the retro building on the other side was also designed by Watanabe. Setsu Watanabe of this era is said to be a high-class building in Osaka.In addition, he has many works such as high-class houses in Kobe.
The characteristic of Watanabe-bushi is, of course, the stairs.
A popular writer at the time? Is it So Watanabe Bushi’s characteristic is the staircase, a spiral staircase that runs along the wall and goes up neatly. Most buildings designed by Watanabe Bushi have this staircase.
Jisen Kaikan was built to commemorate the great achievements of Jinyoshige Terada.
It was built in 1932 by Jinkichi Terada, the former president of Nankai Railway, to commemorate the great achievements of his father, Jinyoshige Terada, the founder of Kishiwada Spinning.
Designed by Bushi Watanabe, the Spanish-style building is of high academic value.It was called Jisenkan at the time, and was used as a social gathering place for Jinkichi’s company.In 1943, it was donated to Kishiwada City. After that, in 1944, the metal was lost due to the supply of metal, but it was restored in 1982. The decorations at that time are also a highlight.