The Bunshokan is an English neo-Renaissance style brick building constructed in 1916. It is a significant symbol of the Western architecture style buildings of the early Taisho period (1912 to 19 26) and was designated as a National Important Cultural Property in 1984.
While the grand meeting hall, the courtyard, the gallery, and the conference room can be rented, the Bunshokan is also used for various cultural activities, including concerts, plays, exhibitions or local events held in its garden. Open to the public, it is beloved by the people of Yamagata prefecture.
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