Sanjugo Naoki Memorial Hall


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Sanjugo Naoki Memorial Hall

The masterpiece “Nangoku Taiheiki,” that Naoki wrote in his 30’s, immediately launched him to fame and established a position for him as a popular novelist. He, however, died a pre-mature death at the age of 43. He left behind a reputable name as a representative writer of Japan. Local residents in the area where he was born raised and donated funds to build this memorial hall.


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6-5-25 Tanimachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Tanimachi line :Tanimachi6-chome Station(T24)
Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi line :Tanimachi6-chome Station(N18) , Matsuyamachi Station(N17)
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●Opening Times: 11:00~17:00
●Prices: Adult: ¥200. Student: ¥100.
●Telephone: 06-6767-1906
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