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In contrast to the formal shoin-style on the lower floor, the upper floor is built in the elaborately designed shoin mode in the sukiya (tea house) style. This chamber features purple walls, dark-blue ceilings, floors and walls made of iron sand, alcove posts, and glassware. The small space is filled with a variety of designs. This room and gunsei-no-ma used to be the most important rooms on the upper floor.

It to be able to be seeing of the viewpoint during meeting
by clicking the part in the photograph that has blinked.

It returns to the top page of the viewpoint in Seisonkaku villa.