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Hamasen

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(1) Hamasen Restoration Work Station

"The Brick Townhouse on Section one of New Hamacho" is a historical construction situated on Binhai 1st Road. It was built in 1933, with red brick wall, brick-like or round shaped roof, and parapet wall with abstract decoration of sun. This is one of the few buildings left from Japanese Colonial Period in Hamasen area. This building full of Shouwa Period's characters is one of the construction which had witness the history of new and old Hamasen.

From July of 2016, after "Rebuild Historical Scene: Hamasen Restoration Project" was approved by Ministry of Culture Affairs, Kaohsiung City Bureau of Cultural Affairs had immediately started repair, preserve, activate, and recycle plans on cultural assets in Hamasen. "The Brick Townhouse on Section one of New Hamacho" is planned to be the starting point of the project. As a work station, the townhouse is set to connect with the historical scene of mountain, port, railway, and town to make sure all results of the restoration project can be presented here. Hamasen Restoration Work Station was activated on 2017/4/22. It welcomes people who are interested in Hamasen Restoration Project to come over for consultation and communication. Hopefully, with this service, the public will be willing to enter, understand, and support the project. Moreover, the work station is excepting to cooperate with local communities and universities for promoting plans of Hamasen area so daily life and business can be improved while local recognition can be raised for sustainable development.

From July of 2016, after "Rebuild Historical Scene: Hamasen Restoration Project" was approved by Ministry of Culture Affairs, Kaohsiung City Bureau of Cultural Affairs had immediately started repair, preserve, activate, and recycle plans on cultural assets in Hamasen. "The Brick Townhouse on Section one of New Hamacho" is planned to be the starting point of the project. As work station, the townhouse is set to connected with the historical scene of mountain, port, railway, and town to make sure all results of the restoration project can be presented here. Hamasen Restoration Work Station was activated on 2017/4/22. It welcomes people who are interested in Hamasen Restoration Project to come over for consultation and communication. Hopefully, with this service, public will be willing to enter, understand, and support the project. Moreover, the work station is excepting to cooperate with local communities and universities for promoting plans of Hamasen area so daily life and business can be improved while local recognition can be raised for sustainable development.

(2) First floor of “Hamasen Restoration Work Station” is designed as exhibition hall and divided into four sections,

Section A: Image of the project

Section B: Content and comprehensive plan of the project

Section C: Hamasen in old days: old photos of streets, entertainments, and culture events

Section D: Hamasen of now and past

(3) Information of “The Brick Townhouse on Section one of New Hamacho”

Built in: 1933

Notification Number: No. 10531653401 of Kaohsiung City cultural heritage
Notification Date: 2016/11/21
Address: No, 2, 4, 6, 6-1, Binhai 1st Road, Gushan District, Kaohsiung City
No. 7, Gushan 1st Road, Gushan District, Kaohsiung City

Reason of Registration:
Built in: 1933

Notification Number: No. 10531653401 of Kaohsiung City cultural heritage
Notification Date: 2016/11/21
Address: No, 2, 4, 6, 6-1, Binhai 1st Road, Gushan District, Kaohsiung City
No. 7, Gushan 1st Road, Gushan District, Kaohsiung City

Reason of Registration:

  1. The building is situated on the reclaimed land of Takao railway (1904-1907) during Japanese Colonial Period where became Section 1 of New Hamacho in 1933. The building is a proof of development during Japanese Colonial Period in New Hamacho of Hamasen.
  2. The wall of the building is made of red bricks, the roof and parapet wall are round, and decorated with patterns of sunrise. The various material and structure are proof of construction characters in Hamasen area during Japanese Colonial Period.

Contact

Add:No.4、6, Binhai 1st Rd., Gushan Dist., Kaohsiung City
Tel:(07)521-0679

Opening Times:

Tue~Fri:10:00-17:00
Sat~Sun:10:00-18:00
Closed on Mon , Kaohsiung city calls off school and work for the rest of the day.