Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Modern Japanese Literature (Marquis Maeda Old Western Style House), Meguro

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  • This three-story brick house, which was completed in 1929, is now the central feature of the 4 hectare Komaba Park. It was the family seat of Marquis Maeda, who acquired this site in a trade with Toky...  more »
  • I feel like a princess when coming to this lovely place. The exterior is nice, the interior too, definitely worth a visit. And above all, it's free! There is small cafe in this house, first time come ...  more »
  • It is located in komaba Park, a unique Museum of literature. Various exhibitions and, because the date was March 3. After 11, was focusing on literature from the unusual perspective of disasters and literature. Very unique.
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  • The café is pretty and has an external area with great view.
  • it's amazing see how Japanese treasure their contemporary literature. Though I don't read Japanese, I can still see their effort on making the exhibition. The park next to the museum is peaceful !
  • In the quiet and quaint place. Excellent in person.
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  • I'm calm and quiet atmosphere pictures very good. Café, you can relax.
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  • You can see a classic Western-style exhibits such as first editions and manuscripts of the masters of the modern literature of Japan and the Japan House. Including the komaba Park, is perfect for strolling.
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