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Nakamura, Kusatayama's Haiku Monument (Aominami Elementary School)

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"The falling snow and the Meiji period are far away"--haiku poet Nakamura, a poet of the school yard in the main gate of Aominami Elementary School. This phrase is the one that it is written when it is a large student and it is a big-time visitor, and it is a representative of the man of the grass. The ceremony was erected in 1977 as the 70th anniversary of the founding of the blue-South small, and the unveiling is carried out by the hand of a man of the grass. Although he had repeatedly moved to China, Tokyo, and Matsuyama, most of the elementary school days went to the blue-South Elementary School (later Aominami Elementary School) in Akasaka-ku. After that, I visited my alma mater for 20 years Buri and was relieved to the appearance which did not change, but I saw the child who wore the cloak in the schoolyard as the snow began to appear, and felt the distance of me who was geta in the kimono.

Transportation6 minutes walk from Omotesando station on the Ginza, Hanzomon, and Chiyoda lines


4-21-15 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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