There were many fireplaces with different patterns in the former Embassy of the Menghuang Embassy. The alien embassy felt that Japan had done a good job in preserving cultural relics. All the buildings in European style came in and felt like a little bit of a small villa and a foreign house in Gulangyu.
The inside of the Menghuang Pavilion is very small. It was the house of the former American Consul. The origin of the name is the color of the building, light yellow and green, very lovely ah! The bathroom used to be very small. The facilities were very simple. Restaurant, hexagonal windowsill is particularly beautiful, full of sunshine! Corridor balcony favorite, light green is really very healing ah! There's also a courtyard.
The Museum of Menghuang. It is located on the oblique opposite side of the windy chicken. When I first heard about it, I wondered if it was a yellow building. The result is green. Ha-ha, I'm just thinking about it myself. Built in 1903, it has a history of more than 100 years. Wood and stone buildings, there is an ancient bronze statue in front of the door, admission tickets are required. There is a discount on Osaka Tour Card.
The Menghuang Pavilion is too fresh to resist. It's green and tender. It likes its fresh color matching very much. It's one of the scenic spots that Kobe will come to. It's a self-help ticket machine. It's super convenient. It's just beside the entrance. You must go in.
Although the place of this scenic spot is not big, from the historical point of view, it should have been left behind a long time ago. From the decoration, it can also be seen that it is more distinctive. After buying tickets, you can go around, and it is also good.
The Menghuang Pavilion in Kobe and the Xiangma Building in Hakou have similar appearance. They are all light apple-green European-style cabins. But in fact, it was a small white building before Menghuangguan. When it was renovated in 1987, it painted the exterior wall a light apple green. I wonder if it was inspired by Xiangma Tower. The Menghuang Pavilion was originally the apartment of the old American Consul Hunt, and later became the residence of former Kobe Telecom President Kobayashi Kobayashi. Nowadays, it is designated as an important national cultural heritage by Japan. Next to the Wind See Chicken Pavilion, the two pavilions can buy joint tickets to visit.