National Cultural Important Property Kofu-city Fujimura Memorial Hall (formerly Mutsuzawa school building)
The building that houses the Kofu City Fujimura Memorial Hall was originally the Mutsuzawa School building built in Mutsuzawa Village in the Koma District (now known as Kamezawa in Kai City) in 1875. The building was moved to the grounds of Takeda Shrine and restored in 1966, and became a nationally designated Important Cultural Property the following year. In 2010 the building was moved to the North Exit of Kofu Station, and became a cultural exchange guidance facility. The facility has exhibits centered around historical artifacts from the Meiji period through to modern times, and provides information to citizens and tourists on the attractions of Kofu City.
2-2-1,Kitaguchi Kofu City Yamanashi
Mondays (the following day if Monday is a public holiday)
Year end and New Year holidays
1 minute on foot from the North Exit of JR Kofu Station