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Hayashi Fumiko Memorial Hall, Shinjuku

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  • Shinjuku Nakai. Adult admission ¥ 150. I'll calm down. This is the ultimate Japan House. Are quietly in a quiet residential area. I think I want to live if you like this out.
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  • Golden work dawn on weekdays from Nakai STA. on Seibu line visited the 5-minute walk from Hayashi Fumiko Memorial Hall. Yamate Street off's as 300 m residential area, 500 square meters of land to living House and Atelier buildings, bamboo garden and arranged. Shinjuku City purchases 10 years before his death at the age of 47 Fumiko Hayashi was artist in residence, said that Hall of Fame. Living room, den, and bedroom all South facing and, Fumiko Hayashi Fumiko, overlooking the large garden (old bamboo) writing is like. So far visited 1:00 PM just in the start time for the volunteer guide Hotel more 40 minutes he showed. Various efforts were made by Carpenter built during World War II, so loft, toilet was flushing of the septic tank. Studio rooms are various published materials. If you are interested, please visit. It is a special Memorial.
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  • On a hill beyond the Yamate Street a short walk from the Nakai station on the Seibu Shinjuku line. Guests can forget to do that while city Shinjuku City I don't think old houses and beautiful gardens. Spacious gardens, ideal for walks.
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