Visit the Ehime Prefectural Office in Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture. It’s quite a modern building and the inside feels great!
Around Matsuyama Castle.
On a hot summer day, I went to see the Ehime Prefectural Government building. It’s quite a modern building, and it looks good…or rather,
Almost all prefectural government buildings are modern architecture.
This is the standard.
The Ehime Prefectural Office can be seen on the left hand side around the moat of Matsuyama Castle, and beyond that you can see the prefectural office building. If you go a little further, there is an uphill to Bansuiso.
It feels like Ren-chan is lined with good buildings.
It was a little difficult to get into the parking lot, but it’s a little sloppy parking lot…
Well, I felt like I could put a lot of numbers.
I parked my car there and went to see the prefectural office.
Was the hallway used on location?
The main building was completed in 1929. The annex was completed in 1980. In 1982, the prefectural assembly building was completed.
I’ve also seen this Capitol thing… A round dome-shaped thing is on the top of a somewhat modern building.
Since it’s a movie, I think Mirai Moriyama was in it. I also went to a place, but the sea was beautiful, and I fished at the jetty, which was also shown in the movie.
It’s a little moving to see the place where I was fishing in the movie.
After all, the inside is wonderful.
I’ve seen quite a few prefectural government buildings in various places, but the highlights of almost any building are the stairs, the entrance, the elevators, the lights, the stent glass, and so on.
I feel the same way this time. But it’s interesting that each one is different, and Western style is relatively similar.
For some reason, the doors and lights are somewhat different, and it’s nice to have something unique about this area.
It’s kind of like going around and looking at them one by one.
This building is also great. I feel like I have nothing to say, but for some reason, he’s more interested in that because it’s hot today.
It was a really hot day, which surprised me.