A registered historical building of Yokohama. It was built from 1925 to 1926 as the residence of Fritz Ehrismann, the Yokohama branch manager of Siber Hegner, a silk trading company. The residence was designed by Antonin Raymond, recognized as the “father of modern architecture”.
*Includes a cafe.
One of eight restored Western Houses in the Yokohama, Yamate area, this is most beautiful in autumn and during the Christmas season. Take a break in its lovely little cafe.
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|Closed||Closed on 2nd Wednesday every month (open if holiday), year end & New Year holidays|