The British Pavilion is decorated as the Holmes Museum with Cosplay Holmes in it.
The English House is located within the Kitano area, one of the old British settlements. Here you can go inside and see what an English man's house would have looked like in Japan during the Victorian Era. It's a small museum with an interesting collection, and at the end you're able to play dress up a bit which was a lot of fun. It's something rather unique and not at all what I expected to find in Japan!
It's a very old building. It's open to visitors at the British Pavilion during the day, and it's a bar on the first floor at night. It's very busy.
There's a bar upstairs, and there's a lot of help at night.
Baroque's style, Holmes, the representative of the British Pavilion, is interesting to see.
Kobe has fewer tourists to choose from, so there won't be too many tourists in every scenic spot there. It feels more comfortable.
The architectural project with British characteristics is magnificent and magnificent.