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Zensouan Hakutai-no-Kakaku|CHOCOTABI SAITAMA


Sightseeing spot

Eastern AreaSoka City

Zensouan Hakutai-no-Kakaku

This single-floor wooden house, built using the architectural style called 'Sukiya,' has been praised and written about by the Japanese literature researcher Donald Keene. The facility now serves as a place to introduce the Sōka area's culture of tea ceremony, flower arrangement, and classical instruments such as koto and shamisen.

Furthermore, the facility is also open as a resting area where visitors, at a small sum, can enjoy a cup of tea.

Historical and Cultural facilities

Basic Information

Tourist spot name
Zensouan Hakutai-no-Kakaku
1-1-5, Matsue, Soka City (Inside Sōka Cultural Hall)

Business hours / Fee

Business hours
10: 00 ~ 16: 00 (resting place)
9:00 ~ 21:30 (Rental building [Kiku no Ma, Matsu no Ma, Sakura no Ma, Ko Ma])
Regular holiday
The first Wednesday, New Year's Holiday

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