Haiku Monument of Namboku Kema

けまなんぼくくひ

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Haiku Monument of Namboku Kema

Born in Sakai City , Nanboku Kema became a “haiku” poet. From an early age, he loved the theater, and became the exclusive playwright to Nizaemon Kataoka (11th generation Kataoka family) and Ganjiro Nakamura (1st generation Nakamura family).

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1, Dotonburi, Chuo-ku, Osaka
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Subway: Sennichimae Line/Sakaisuji Line: Nippombashi Station(K17)(S17)
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