Suma, surrounded by beautiful nature, has been visited by Basho Matsuo since ancient times, and has left the charm of Suma in songs and haiku. After the middle of the Meiji era, in 1903, Sumitomo’s 15th lord Harusui Sumitomo built a full -fledged Western -style Suma Bessho, and in 1914, a villa in the Imperial Family, "Kori Kyu)" is built. Due to the opening of railways and the booming economy due to World War I, Suma from the end of the Meiji era to the Taisho era, such as the search for land, has developed greatly as villas and recreation areas from the end of the Meiji era.