There was a wooden architecture which was called 'Hyakudan Kaidan' in the site. It was used for the banquets in days past and is registered as a cultural property as it is now. Any banquets are held any more. Alternatively, the rooms are used for the exhibitions.
At the time of visiting, an exhibition was held. When I entered into one of the room, I found some ink brush paintings made by Yuki Nishimoto. A dragon was drawn on the paper and another dragon was drawn on the wall. They were vigorous.
|Oct 2016 STILL LIFE TOKYO|
|ARTWORK DRAGON MEGURO PAINTING|
October 16, 2016
June 10, 2020
Still Life Photography
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL