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Toson Memorial Museum, Nakatsugawa

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Tōson Memorial Museum (藤村記念館, Tōson Kinenkan) is a museum in Magome-juku, Nakatsugawa, Gifu Prefecture, Japan dedicated to the life and works of Shimazaki Tōson. The writer was born in the former Honjin in 1872, but his birthplace and childhood home was mostly destroyed in the conflagration of 1895. Rebuilt to designs by Taniguchi Yoshirō in 1947, the museum opened in 1952. The core of the collection comprises some 5,000 items donated by Shimazaki Tōson's eldest son.
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  • As my major was literature, I am interested in Toson’s novels. This is one of the reasons why I visited Magome. If you don’t know him, you had better to read his works first. Then, your visit will be....  more »
  • Interesting if you know about Toson, but otherwise can be a bit boring. Not very relevant to other cultures.  more »
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  • The former main inn of Magome and birthplace of the famous author Toson Shimazako to who it is now a museum. The exhibits are spread over 3 buildings and have some English descriptions. There is also a small room showing a video about his life with English subtitles. Although the translation isn’t very good it’s still easy to understand and informative. Including the video it took just over and hour to see everything and it was thoroughly enjoyable.
  • Magome base mark of Fujimura, spent childhood was built. Holding approximately 6,000 pieces all the pieces from the last "East Gate", IAI, manuscript and materials from Wakana compendium of poems of Virgin, are on display. Memorial Hall reminiscent of the temples is pursued the austere beauty of Fujimura sculptures. "Retreat" remains as intact, was built in the Edo period.
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