Suzu-no-ya (Motoori Norinaga's study), Matsusaka

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  • September 26, 2017
    House collapse and become a scholar, is a word of snorting chose the humanities scholars. Means that books, too costly. Scholars are forced to live in poverty, still the ordinary seems. Motoori Norinaga, who solved this problem. Now doctors can make huge profits from making at the doctor, spend money on academic research as a scholar. Norinaga, scholars study tied with no keep, besides ingenuity. The model is joins suzuya (suzunoya). Is known and studied at night, in isolated 四畳半 upstairs. The room, each building is kept, can be seen. Norinaga's appearance comes to mind. Listening and writing a huge night, reminded me of Mishima Yukio. Norinaga's worldly, even now would be helpful would, not will. At the time, such as in the heyday of the Qing dynasty of China, era tailwind, because I saw the completion of "Kojiki" would be. You will need luck hasn't anything, in these times, but not limited to academic research. From there are also explanations in elementary school you can see next to the Memorial Hall, to see, regardless of generation, is referring to.
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  • August 15, 2017
    This is the birthplace of Motoori Norinaga's originally was moved next to the Matsusaka castle ruins. It is not Japan House is well preserved up to the tatami room, observing the. And next to the Museum exhibited valuable materials, such as "Kojiki", space is impressive.
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  • June 10, 2017
    On the hillside near the climbing of Matsusaka Castle. Entrance fee is 400 Yen for adults, but very valuable time. He learning much harder to become a doctor born cotton merchant Norinaga Motoori Norinaga's House in a typical 18th-century Japan, a classical scholar, but the rooms are repaired, remains intact. It is written in this room "小櫛 of Genji Monogatari", "katsuma ball' to other the the by the side of the medical profession and think deep deep emotion.
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