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Minomushian蓑虫庵

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Historical Monument

A thatched hut which belonged to famed poet Matsuo Basho’s disciple, Hattori Toho. The name, meaning “Hermitage of the Bagworm,” is connected to a poem Bassho created in celebration of the completion of the hermitage—“Bagworms / Come hear their cry / A thatched hut.” Toho wrote the Sanzoshi, which systematizes Basho’s theories on haiku, here. of the five “Basho Hermitages” (the others being the Mumyoan, Sairokuan, Torokuan, and Hyochikuan), this is the only extant thatched hut, and was designated a Prefectural Cultural and Historic Site as well as a Site of Scenic Beauty in 1938.

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place Mie Pref. Igashi Uenonishihinatamachi 1820
phone 0595238921

Review of Minomushi-an

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Reviewed:2018/05/06 風流な庵です
服部土芳が貞享5年に開いた庵です。数日後に訪れた芭蕉が面壁の達磨図に「みのむしのねを聞にこよくさの庵」句を讃して与えたことが庵の名称の由来となりました。木々の生い茂る中に庵や風流な庭園があります。庭園には句碑が点在し、凝った池もありました。畳床に座って庭園を眺めることもでき、ずっといたいような場所でした。行けてよかったです。
Reviewed:2016/09/21 芭蕉にゆかりの草庵です
芭蕉五庵と云われるものの一つで、唯一、現存しているものと云う場所です。ここは生家とかとは異なり、それなりの趣が感じられる場所でした。素朴で質素な俳人らしい草庵でした。300円でした。芭蕉関係だけでも伊賀では4つあり、全部に入ると計900円かかります。が、一番良い「俳聖殿」だけが無料と云うのも…笑っちゃいますねぇ・・。
Reviewed:2016/03/08 駅の南側にあります
駅の南側に広がる、古い町並みの中にあります。芭蕉の弟子がいたところと言われており、静かな家です。300円払って入る価値はその人次第と思います。

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Address

Mie Pref. Igashi Uenonishihinatamachi 1820 [map]

Phone

0595238921

Hours
8:30-17:00 (Admission is until 16:30)
Closed
12/29-1/3
Fees
Admission fee Adults 300 yen, high/medium/small 100 yen
Parking Lot
Available

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    There is no Bus Stop nearby.
    There is no IC nearby.

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Mie Main Areas

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Spread across the eastern side of the Kii Peninsula, Mie prefecture boasts hundreds of kilometers of pretty coastline comprising the oyster-rich Toba city and Shima National Park all the way down to Kumano, a city that marks the beginning of part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage, which runs into neighboring Wakayama prefecture. However, Mie is best known for the Ise Jingu Shinto shrine inland, one of the oldest and largest shrines in the country.