I went to “Bansuiso” in Matsuyama City. A villa built in 1992 by a descendant of the Matsuyama feudal lord.
I went to Bansuiso.
There is a place called Matsuyama in Ehime Prefecture, and Bansuiso is in the city area.
This building is built in a quiet place in a guarded place just off a big road.
The building is a French-style building and is designated as an Important Cultural Property of Japan. Bansuiso was built in 1922 by Hisamatsu Sadatou, who was a descendant of the head of the Matsuyama domain and had the status of count.
It is the oldest reinforced concrete building in Matsuyama City. In 1926, immediately after its completion, Emperor Showa used it as a place to stay. After that, the imperial family used this place as a place to stay, and it is said that it was a social gathering place at that time and many celebrities gathered there.
Pretty much in nature…
Went to this place during the hot summer. The surrounding area is full of trees, and cicadas are chirping. It was that kind of place.
I went there by car, but it’s pretty easy to get to because it has a parking lot. After all, it is good that it is easy to visit. Also, when I go near the building, two cats are waiting for people to come because they want to go inside but they won’t let me in.
So when a female employee comes in and out, she enters the building, but is quickly kicked out. There are souvenirs on the first floor, and the rooms are open to the public.
Then go upstairs and see the many different rooms. That’s how it is.
Matsuyama has a lot to offer.
However, if you think Matsuyama Tsutara is about Dogo Onsen, it is full of highlights. There is also a water tank this evening, and the Ehime Prefectural Government Office is also impressive, and it is in an old building, or should I say Western style? There is a very modern architectural challenge in the building.
This is something to see. It’s pretty good, but I recommend it, but what about him?