In the Kula district of Manisa, 18th-century Ottoman architecture has been the subject of Japanese documentary
Kula houses, which is the stopover point of many local and foreign tourists with its historical texture in Kula district of Manisa, will be presented in Japan with a documentary for TBS channel.
The historical Kula houses, which exhibit successful examples of traditional Ottoman art, with two floors and a courtyard, covered with tiles, with their original wooden structure, attract the attention of visitors.
The production team viewed the historical houses, narrow streets and bazaar of Kula for 3 days.
To introduce Kula in Japan
Hisao Tomatsu, the director of the documantery said that “We search for new places. So we chosed Kula in Turkey, as a place worth seeing but nobody knows in Japan.”
The documentary team’s guide Tanoue Ryoko stated that the program has a wide audience and is followed by travelers and tour companies. Ryoko said the documentary, which will be released in a few months, will bring Kula a serious tourism mobility.