Special Release of the Cultural Heritage Building "Gold Storage House"

Osaka Castle Museum

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The "Gold Storage House" is an acknowledged as a cultural heritage building regarding its use during the Edo period as a storage unit for gold. The architecture has been specially designed to withstand fire, prevent crime, and tolerate the extremely humid Japanese weather. In the Edo period, the "Gold Storage Houses" were built in Edo castle and Osaka castle, and smaller versions were also placed in Kyoto and Kofu. However, this storage house is the only one that has been preserved until now.
*Exhibiting in front of the Osaka Castle Museum

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from July 28, 2007 to August 05, 2007
Open 10:00-19:00

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