Senryu Monument of Tobyaku Nishida

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Senryu Monument of Tobyaku Nishida

Nishida Tobyaku, who lived from 1871 to 1944, was a writer of humorous verse. He is well known for a literary style that interweaves clever wit with intellectual satire.

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