Events

From Tuesday, March 6, 2018 to Tuesday, July 3
*Admission until 16:00

Interchange of heart of Dazai and Fumiko

Until from Tuesday, March 6 to Tuesday, July 3, Mitaka-shi Osamu Dazai literature salon, Shinjuku-ku Fumiko Tatebayashi Memorial collaboration plan exhibition "Dazai and Fumiko" are held.

 

Joint plan exhibition "Dazai and Fumiko"

Writer, Fumiko Hayashi (1903-1951) who "description of roam" was made stage, and left many masterpieces which did not still fade who became bestseller. Osamu Dazai (1909-1948) who "the decline" becomes bestseller after the war, and is proud of popularity global even now based on nickname of anti-realism writers. It was rare that relationship of Dazai and Fumiko attracted attention.

However, Dazai visits house of Fumiko, and masterpiece of getting close to family of Fumiko and Dazai that Fumiko dealt with the binding, cut becomes apparent to "wife of Villon" being product of association of both from recollection of Fumiko.

It is 70 from announcement, publication of "wife of Villon". We go around plan exhibition by book exhibition from Mitaka where Dazai continued living in to house (the existing.Fumiko Memorial) which Fumiko loved and trace interchange of heart of Dazai and Fumiko.

Click on a link for more information → Fumiko Hayashi Memorial Hall official site

[Date and Time]

From Tuesday, March 6 to Tuesday, July 3

From 10:00 to 16:30 *Admission until 16:00
<Closed> The on Monday (when Monday is holiday the next day) year-end and New Year rest

Place

Fumiko Hayashi Memorial Hall
〒161-0035 2-20-1, Nakai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

 

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Admission charges

150 yen for adults, 50 yen for children (as for the suspension of business period, free the small, junior high student in spring of Shinjuku Ward elementary and junior high school)

Contact

Shinjuku Historical Museum
TEL 03-3359-2131

Fumiko Hayashi Memorial Hall official website

 

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