As I do not know much about Kenji, the village is a place to know more about the nature. There are different exhibition rooms about the nature, such as animals, birds and anatomy. If you do not know t...
This small city offers a look at the sites and area where one of Japan's great writers and scholars once lived. It is worth the visit if you have extra time to travel by train or bus to the area from...
Miyazawa Kenji is the most famous fairy tale writer in Japan. He has left various famous works such as "The Night of the Galaxy Railway" and "A Restaurant with a Large Number of Rules." Because he was born in Hanamaki's Hanamaki, the descendants made a Kenji fairytale village in Hanamaki according to his novel. If you haven't seen the works of Kenji Miyazawa, it is a bit embarrassing to come here. The fairy tale village memorial hall, the separate ticket is 350 yuan, and the ticket to the next Miyazawa Kenji Memorial Hall is 550 yen. The entrance to the fairy tale village commemorative tube in Figure 7 is very loving. The memorial divided several rooms according to different themes. There are rooms with pure white fantasy, a room full of stars, a house with plants and a room for storytelling. They are very beautiful and dreamy.
is followed by a huge plant and insect exhibition hall, feeling that it has shrunk a lot
The volume is also known for being the birthplace of the fairy tale writer Miyazawa Kenji in the early 20th century. The large number of poems and fairy tales of Miyazawa Kenji are still loved by many readers for their clear language sense, unrestrained imagination and deep insight into civilization. In Hanamaki City, there is a home and memorial hall for the birth of Miyazawa Kenji, as well as a place built by the Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tale Village, Miyazawa Kenji Iha Cloth Hall, etc. based on fairy tale content. It is a 20-minute walk from the flowering new station (JR Shinkansen Station), the fairy tale village, the Miyazawa Kenji Memorial Hall, and so on. Its very convenient to play in a circle. This square is also famous for its flower bed clock. It is said that the flower beds come to the colorful flower beds here, and the chic landscape looks like a fairy tale world.
I just had to change the flowers when I came, there was only black soil on the flower beds. There are many owl-shaped brass shades on the square.
Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tale Village is 2km from Shin Hanamaki Station, about 15 minutes walk, 8km from Hanamaki Station, and about 15 minutes by taxi. The entrance to the fairy tale village is a tram stop "Galaxy Station", from which you can reach this fairytale world full of magical charm. The
geometric structure of the pillars and the pool is the school of Kenji. There are five different styles of rooms, namely the Dream Hall, the House of the Universe, the House of the Sky, the House of Water and the House of the Earth. It is the four-dimensional fantasy space of the ideal country. From the universe to the water, every open door of the room, the incredible world depicted by Kenji Fairy Tales is infinitely infinite.
Address: Takamatsu 26-19/hh, Hanamaki City, Iwate Prefecture Business hours: 8
Every time I travel, I can add a little knowledge, this time too. When I came to Hanamaki, I knew Miyazawa Kenji, a poet and call writer who would write a word to paint, and immediately went to see his poem. Hanamaki is his hometown. The Japanese people should be very respectful to him, so during the 120th anniversary of his birth, various activities were held nationwide. The fairy tale village was built because of him. It is less than 20 minutes walk from the new Hanamaki station. . In the fairy tale village, there is the Miyazawa Kenji school, the small Galaxy Railway (which will run from April to November), and the Miyazawa Kenji classroom. When I went to Sunday, there were no tourists and it was suitable for taking pictures.
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