It was built at 127 Yamate-cho from 1925 to 1926 as the residence of Mr. Fritz Erismann, who was born in Switzerland and was active as the manager of Yokohama of the raw thread trading company. Designed by Czech architect Antonin Raymond, who is said to be the "father of modern architecture". It was dismantled for the construction of an apartment in 1982, but was relocated to its current location in Motomachi Park in 1990. On the first floor, there is a drawing room with a fireplace, a living room / dining room, and a solarium overlooking the garden, reproducing a simple design.
The piano trio led by Josei of "SOIL &" PIMP "SESSIONS", which is popular both in Japan and overseas, is making its debut in Sagamiono!
The deep-seated problems and harsh reality of garbage that have been revealed by following their footsteps.
- Enjoy from the morning
16 works including new works by Japanese painter Hirohiko Hiraiwa are exhibited.