This small museum is dedicated to the life and work of Mushakoji Saneatsu, a novelist, playwright and artist active in the early twentieth century. The memorial park next to the museum is planted with numerous blossoming trees and flowers, including plum, cherry, wisteria, hydrangea, and camellia. The park is also a popular stopping point for migrating birds.
Note that the museum is closed quite often, so check the website or call ahead to make sure that they're open.
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