Restored 1920s home of geisha Sadayakko Kawakami & tycoon Momosuke Fukuzawa, with stained glass. A conspicuous orange Western-style roof, a large hall filled with light from stained glass, and a calming traditional Japanese room – a fragrant Taisho Romantic mansion that blends Eastern and Western cultures, is a cultural hub from Nagoya Castle to Tokugawa Garden. It has been revived as a base facility for Michi. The mansion where Sadakko Kawakami, who was hailed as Japan’s first actress, and Momosuke Fukuzawa, who was called the power king, lived from the Taisho era to the early Showa period has been relocated and restored, and materials related to Sadakko are displayed, as well as items related to the local area. We preserve and display literary materials.