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Ito Municipal Kinoshita-Mokutaro Museum伊東市立木下杢太郎記念館

Memorial Hall

This is a memorial museum for Mokutaro Kinoshita, who was born in Ito City’s Yukawa and was active in a wide variety of fields including medicine, literature, poetry, and art. The mud-walled construction of the building, which is characteristic for its Namako-kabe walls (walls covered with square tiles jointed with raised plaster) is a restoration of the home in which Mokutaro was born. In addition to displaying the first editions of Mokutaro’s poetry and plays, paintings, and notes that he wrote as a student, visitors can also catch a glimpse at life in his day through the daily implements from people in his birthplace as well as the Ota house. It is approximately five minutes on foot from Ito Station.

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place Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Yukawa 2-11-5
phone 0557367454

Review of Kinoshita Mokutaro Memorial Museum

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/01/20 木下杢太郎のことを初めて知りました
Reviewed:2017/09/03 なまこ壁が素敵な古い家
Reviewed:2017/04/04 植物画が有名ですが、太田母斑の名にもなった皮膚科でも有名



Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Yukawa 2-11-5 [map]



Monday (Tuesday for Public holiday), 12/28-1/4
[Admission fee] Adults 100 yen, Children (Junior High School Students or less) 50 yen
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