The Memorial Museum of the Fifth High School, Kumamoto

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
The Memorial Museum of the Fifth High School is located in Kumamoto. The Memorial Museum of the Fifth High School is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Kumamoto Edition.
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  • At a loose end when I went home, the five decided to go to the High Museum. Overwhelmed by the atmosphere and into the historic building still looks pomp and circumstance and was still imitating. Attacked by the sense of something drawn, aimed at teachers and students have read a commentary book exhibits, photos, chronology, and I think motivation is deeply felt. Surprised that Natsume Sōseki, Lafcadio Hearn, had taught as a teacher is well known, from that time was foreign teachers. Also surprised vivid appearance of students ' English learning. Foreign language education in Japan is around long, but crazy where? Longing while also aiming at Kumamoto University environment in Tokyo, and Tokyo had a flirtatious student I was in was left feeling not very large irreversible in his hometown.
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  • Rope is stretched in the aftermath of the disaster, are not allowed. But the grandeur and history that feel the atmosphere itself. It is recommended that Kumamoto University and going by bus, so if you have time, visit.
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  • Nationwide 5 high 5 high, the predecessor of the Kumamoto University, one of a number school. Koizumi Yakumo and Natsume takes taught as an English teacher, known as the alma mater of Hayato Ikeda and Eisaku Sato. Beautiful 5 made in red brick in the Kumamoto University could not be seen in the distance but off-limits had high Memorial, and unfortunately in the aftermath of the earthquake.
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