The Fukuoka Cultural Center was designed by Tatsuno Kingo, who designed Tokyo Railway Station. The architectural style is an English-style mansion at the end of the 19th century. The red brick and white granite, spires, and domes are all unique. It is a nostalgic and beautiful romantic building. Unfortunately, because of language barrier, I didn't go in and visit.
Now it is mainly used as a literary museum, where lectures and academic seminars are often held, and it is well-known in the local area. The most important thing is that the architectural design is entirely made by masters.
The Fukuoka Chinen Cultural Center is a very unique venue. There are a lot of cultural artworks here, and many things are very suitable for appreciation and play.
The cultural hall displays a lot of objects and the environment here is also beautiful
Nostalgia and romance coexist at Xiaoyanglou. The prestigious Chilianwa Cultural Center on the Internet is right in front of me. The place that I liked before just looking at the pictures, now I can finally get in touch with it up close. The whole building looks a bit like Britain The red bricks of the small foreign buildings of the old era echo the Chilian in their name. It looks a bit retro and old, but the white granite and dome make people feel a little church-like romance. Compared with other cultural museums with strong cultural atmosphere, this is really special. The difference between the inside and the outside can be seen when you walk into the door. The exterior is red brick, and the interior is basically decorated with light-colored wallpaper, which makes people shine. There is also a spiral staircase inside. I personally think this spiral staircase is the most It looks good and has a retro atmosphere. The window rim is decorated with green, which makes people feel like planting green plants. The designer is really good, so that all colors can be gathered together but can be completely integrated without conflict. As a cultural museum, art and culture exhibits in the museum are also indispensable. There are many exhibits, all with a strong cultural atmosphere, but do not touch the exhibits at will. You may come here during the day to give academic reports and lectures. It’s fun to go in and listen.