Tomb of Saikaku Ihara

いはらさいかくはか

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Tomb of Saikaku Ihara

Saikaku Ihara was born in Osaka in 1642. The “Koshoku Ichidai Otoko” (or, The Man Who Spent His Life at Love-Making) that he penned at the age of 40 became a best-seller and established a position for him as a writer. Together with Basho Matsuo and Monzaemon Chikamatsu, Saikaku Ihara was one of the “Three Great Men of Letters of the Genroku era (1688 to 1704).”

西鶴を敬愛した武田麟太郎
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4-1 Uehonmachi-nishi, Chuo-ku, Osaka City
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●Subway: Tanimachi Line/Sennichimae Line: Tanimachi 9-Chome Station (T25)(S18).
●Other: Kintetsu Line: Uehonmachi Station (A03).
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