As you may have noticed, I’ve changed the header. Every once in a while, I change the header to go with the season. This time, it’s a Japanese garden at the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, which is near Meguro Station in Tokyo. The museum is called Teien because of the garden. I will have a post in the future about the museum and garden with plenty of pictures.
Most people I talk to have never heard of the Teien Art Museum. Have you heard of it? The museum is the former home of the Prince Asaka Family, and was built in 1933 in the Art Deco style. I definitely recommend taking a look.
Here’s the final part. For this part, we went to Toritsudaigaku Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line to go to Meguro Persimmon Hall. There was a classical concert there. It was my first classical concert, actually. Honestly, it wasn’t very interesting for most of it, until the end. They were honouring one of the musicians, and he played a solo with his clarinet while he took the instrument apart. Then the orchestra played a song while humming. It was very funny! But for their finale, they played what is considered a very difficult piece of music, the music from Fantasia. It was quite good. Anyway, most of the pictures were of Persimmon Hall itself.
This is Persimmon Hall near Toritsudaigaku Station in Meguro Ward.
Persimmon Hall is a modern glass building.
Another picture of Persimmon Hall.
Inside Persimmon Hall. There's a photo gallery down there.
This building has an open lobby.
There's the entrance to the Main Hall.
Another view of the lobby.
On the street now, going back to Toritsudaigaku Station.
And that’s it for the pictures. I hope you enjoyed them!