This was a great afternoon which we managed to arrange the day before so a bit last minute.
The group was broken up into two, Japanese and non Japanese which gave us hope that it was going to be in English. Unfortunately not, despite the guide answering individual questions in English, all information was provided in Japanese.
I did my best to translate for everyone what I could but it did not detract from the amazing work on display and the beautiful setting. Just to see inside his house and the incredible wood he lived around was worth it.
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