|Pseudonym reading||New Year's Eve|
|Specified type||Country registration|
|Type||Registered tangible cultural property|
|Designated date||March 27, 2018|
|location||Ginzawa-gun Kanegasaki-cho Miyoshiri ground|
It was built as a reception of the Western-style building of the Iwate Governor's Government Building in 1972, was deducted in Kingasaki-cho in 1946, and was relocated to the current location in 1994. There is a hall at the back of the entrance and there is a reception room and a waiting room.
It is a wooden one-story building, with a multi-tiered tiled tile, and its outer wall is clapboarded.
The ceiling of the reception room is a building equipped with a design suitable for the governor's official building, such as the ceiling plate extending radially from the center decoration.