The Statue of Katsutaro Inabata

いなばたかつたろうくんじゅぞう

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The Statue of Katsutaro Inabata

Katsutaro Inabata was born in 1862. He was a businessman who imported dyes from France, which were used to color Japanese army uniforms khaki. During his studies in France, he was a classmate of the Lumiere brothers who invented cinema. Because of this, Katsutaro Inabata was the first person to import and show films in Japan, which played a great role in the modernization of Japan.

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2 Hommachibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka City
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Sakaisuji Line/Chuo Line: Sakaisuji-Hommachi Station (K15)(C17).
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