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Ikeda House

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Liouguei District

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    Ikeda House

Located at No. 38, Huanan Street in Kaohsiung County, the Ikeda House is the former Liugui station from the Kaohsiung Bus company. Its Japanese name comes from its days spent as a hotel operated by Ikeda Hyotaro. As Liugui station, the Ikeda House was a transportation hub for hillside residents from Liugui, Maolin, and Taoyuan to the city.

Formed by three one-story buildings, this U-shaped compound has retained its original architectural design to this day, making it a rare Japanese hotel-style building and earning its mark as a historic landmark in 2003. After historical and cultural restorations, this old building can continue to tell its story to the world.

Visitors are encouraged to spend approximately 1 hour here to take pictures and to understand its changes throughout the years via signs and old pictures on its walls. 

Ikeda House
4.1 4stars 87 reviews
鄭周南
4stars 4 months ago

Passing through Liugui Old Street and seeing this Japanese-style building, I walked in and wanted to visit, but it didn't seem to be open! Most of the interior decorations are empty, only the iron sign of Kaohsiung Passenger Transport. Is it not open for viewing on weekdays or is it still in preparation? Kaohsiung Liugui District Office Global Information Website: In order to develop the camphor business, the Japanese strictly controlled the camphor forests in Taiwan. In order to effectively isolate and expel these "Fan people" in their mouths, the Japanese dispatched additional police forces, and a large number of Japanese came in and out. The main function of Ikeda House is to receive reception. Foreign Japanese, military garrison or used as Japanese police dormitory. As the only guest house and resting place for the Japanese military and police when the flat land entered the Liugui Mountain Tribe, Ikeda House has a very important historical significance in the history of mountain area development during the Japanese occupation of Kaohsiung County.

Silvia Cheng
4stars 3 weeks ago

Revitalizing the old street combined with the Catholic Church Hongjingyuan business Tianmangong (image construction), etc. Leisurely strolling around the scenic spots Originally built for the development of forest products in Japan during the Japanese occupation era, it was transferred from Liugui Township Office to Kaohsiung Passenger Transport and changed to Liugui Transfer Station. The best traffic points in and out of the six turtles. The memories of the six turtles are preserved. The original Japanese-style building, the original door, the tatami board, the wall cabinet, the toilet, the bathroom, the changed waiting room, the ticket gate, and the ride-on and off point are currently managed by Evergreen University.

李玉華
4stars 9 months ago

After entering Liugui Old Street, there is a very Japanese-style street. Unfortunately, it was at night, so I didn't see the exhibition. It happened to be the art and culture season. The atmosphere and the feeling of literature and art, because it is night, so I can see the lanterns lit on the street... But Ikeda House (tea ceremony exhibition) and Hong Jingyuan store (Wu Baiyi collection exhibition, creation of paintings and dinner plates) can't go in and appreciate it. , They exhibited until the end of February. The Ikeda House was originally a hotel created by the Japanese in 1929. Now it is a century-old house. From the entrance of Liugui Old Street, there is a feeling of exotic scenery... Even the road signs have a feeling

馬淑錦
5stars 2 months ago

Historic building, in December of the 15th year of Taisho (1926), the camphor industry of Liugui declined, and the "fan damage" became stable, thus attracting a new wave of people for land development. Liugui became the main point for the Japanese police and practitioners to enter and leave the mountains and forests. hub. These mobile populations bring business opportunities for accommodation and transportation. A Japanese-style inn like Ikedaya was completed and operated in about the 4th year of the Showa era (1929), and the protagonist was Ikeda Hitaro. In July of the 9th year of the Showa era (1934), Hitaro Ikeda passed away, and his daughter Miyo Ikeda and son-in-law Akiyoshi Ikeda took over the business. After World War II, Ikeda Miyo and Ikeda Akiyoshi were sent back to Japan, and the Ikeda House was taken over by the Liugui Farmers Association Credit Group due to the outstanding debts. In the 35th year of the Republic of China (1946), the restaurant was leased and operated by a Taiwanese. In the 42nd year of the Republic of China (1953), it was leased by Kaohsiung Passenger Transport Company and purchased in the 50th year of the Republic of China (1961). Part of the building was demolished and the overall spatial function was adjusted to Kaohsiung Passenger Transport Liugui Station. Over the past 50 years, it has shouldered the responsibility of Liugui District and Maolin. District, Taoyuan District and other mountain residents in the external transportation hub.

絲巾Suzy
4stars 7 months ago

Completely retains the style of past hotels and stations​ The courtyard is elegant with some installation art​ The six turtle lanterns exhibited in the Kaohsiung Lantern Festival are also here​ toilet is clean​ ​ You can sit in the bus shelter and feel the charm of the combination of history and modernity​ ​

Last Update:2022-07-14

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