Soseki Natsume Uchitsuboi Old House, Kumamoto

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Soseki Natsume Uchitsuboi Old House is located in Kumamoto. Take a look at our Kumamoto holiday planner to schedule your visit to Soseki Natsume Uchitsuboi Old House and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Kumamoto city sights, off limits for many plants closed in May. Could not open opening hours you may enter only into the garden.
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  • It is the former residence of Soseki Natsume was worked as an English teacher in the high five (now part of Kumamoto University) in the 0/1896 (1896). And he was moved six times during the period of 4 years and 3 months standing bear is. This Memorial is in the fifth House, eldest daughter fudeko was born and spent 1 years and 8 months. Kumiageta water to boil the baby, was born in the premises when the well is located. Manuscript and five higher era of photography, kusamakura scrolls and many exhibits Gallery. Parking maybe six.
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  • After the Kumamoto earthquake while closed is was like, part tour resumed. I was able to visit and well used for baby's first bath of the eldest daughter of Soseki Natsume will visit the former residence of Miyako Ishiuchi Natsume Soseki's fence in the Garden have fudeko. I sincerely hope to recover as soon as possible because the building has suffered damage in the earthquake.
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