Originally built as a police station in 1884 and later used as the old Nishiumi town office. It was one of the first Western-style buildings in Ehime prefecture and has been now designated as a national tangible cultural property.
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Specialising in pearls from Ehime, Takahashi Pearl offers a wide product selection including also fresh water and South Sea pearls....