Shiba Ryotaro Memorial Museum 0

Memorial to convey the spirit of the writer Shiba Ryotaro. Study where he was writing and 20,000 copies of the books are on display.

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  • Open

    10:00 - 17:00 (admissions close 16:30)
  • Closed

    Mondays (closed the following day when holidays or substitute holidays fall on Monday), New Year holidays (12/28–1/4), special collection management period (9/1–9/10)

Memorial opened in 2001 to convey the spirit of the writer Shiba Ryotaro who sent a lot of his work to the world such as "Gaido wo yuku" and "Komyo ga tsuji" and died suddenly in 1996.The site is about 2,600 square meters and located adjacent to Shiba's home and a memorial of Ando Tadao design. Spread a small garden of copse after going through the main gate, tour the study where the atmosphere was saved as when he was writing There is a huge bookshelf (11 meters high) with 20,000 books at a museum, There is also an exhibition corner, such as manuscripts and paintings by himself, and a video corner of showing his old days.An exhibition takes place a few times a year that has interesting contents for his fan. Picture provided・Shiba Ryotaro Memorial Foundation

  • Location

    〒 577-0803 3-11-18 Shimokosaka, Higashiosaka-shi, Osaka
  • Directions

    Roughly an 8-minute walk from Kintetsu Yaenosato Station
  • Price

    Adults and university students ¥500, high and middle school students ¥300, elementary school students ¥200
  • Tel

    06-6726-3860
  • Fax

    06-6726-3856
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