Hayashi Fumiko Memorial Hall
Nakai: Museum
 
Hayashi Fumiko Memorial Hall: Nakai
Nakai / Museum
Open 10am-4:30pm (last entry 4pm). Closed Mondays.
Admission Y150

The memorial here consists of the preserved house and garden of novelist Fumiko Hayashi (1903-1951), best known for her autobiographical novel "Vagabond's Song" and "Floating Clouds." The house is actually made up of two separate traditional-style buildings, which were constructed in 1941.

Shinjuku-ku, Nakai 2-20-1.
7 minutes from Nakai Station (Oedo line, Seibu Shinjuku line); 10 minutes from Ochiai Station (Tozai line)
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