Former Moji Mitsui Club

Built in 1921, the former Mitsui Company Club at Moji is a two-story wooden building constructed in the half-timber style that served as a lodge where employees could also receive clients. Among the historic building’s esteemed patrons is world-famous theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, who stayed at the club with his wife in 1922. The building is illuminated every evening until 10pm.

*About the Building: Government-Designated Significant Cultural Asset; built in 1921.
Area: Main Building – 901 square meters (about 9795 square feet); Annex – 182 square meters (about 1960 square feet); Annex Depository – 46 square meters (about 495 square feet)
*Tours: Groups must make reservations in advance.
*Accessibility: Wheelchair ramp; wheelchair rental; wheelchair accessible bathrooms; changing tables; discounts for persons with disabilities and senior citizens

Address 801-0852 7-1 Minato Town, Moji Ward, Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka
Contact Tel:093-321-4151 
Kitakyushu City Tourist Association
Fees Adults – 100 Yen; Junior High School Aged Children and Younger – 50 Yen
and Holidays
December 29 – January 3
Parking Unavailable
Access By train – 2 minute walk from JR Mojiko Station
Times Available 9am – 5pm
Area Kitakyushu Area
Genre Gardens and Buildings (History and Culture)

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