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We had a wonderful experience here. My friends son and I just happened upon this place on our way to the peace memorial. There is a beautiful little garden and we were invited into the building by a very kind gentleman who is the director...More
Hiroshima is not frenetic like Tokyo, but this charming little museum still feels like an oasis of calm so close to the commerce of Hon Dori. We visited because my husband, who is an historian, wanted to see the place where Rai Sanyo wrote his...More
When I arrived one of the people staff came out and introduced himself. Since I didn't know Japanese he lead me around the katana exhibit that I had drawn me in. He explained what he could and while i was there the head curator, I...More
I founded Rai Sanyo museum just before my leaving to Japan. I was interested in know more about this very small and traditional museum on an important man of literature in Japan. So I wrote to the mail address founded on the site and I...More
A true highlight of the trip. A small museum focused on a Japanese scholar who wrote the first consolidated history of Japan. When we were there they also had a great exhibition of modern swords and the sword makers (who are really artists) who produce...More
Among the magnificent buildings around him, this little place to save a building that once damaged due to the impact of the atomic bomb in 1945, and a tree were informed that the trees were also damaged.