If you are a literary enthusiast, don't miss Kamakura Literature Museum. This is a beautiful villa with hillside and sea. The original owner donated it to Kamakura Municipal Government. Now, as a state-owned cultural property, Kamakura-related writers and original works are exhibited. The most famous ones are Kawabata Yasunari and Xia Muxiaoshi. In the courtyard, there are elaborate Mingwei Gardens, which are in full bloom this season.
Kamakura Literature Museum is quiet and quiet. Its main body is a Western building. It feels like going in when you see it from outside. It can take pictures outside, but it is not allowed to take pictures when you go in. So we go in and pretend to dress up as literary and artistic youth to find out the feeling.
This is of historical significance. As the birthplace of literature, Kamakura Literature Museum has its own unique historical place.
The Literature Museum is built in the garden. The environment is very clean. It is a suitable place for reading.
Strongly recommended. It's near Bibin Beach. It is surrounded by mountains on three sides. Nearby is the Yoshiya Hyacinth Memorial. It's pretty.
The buildings we see now are not the villas of the year. They were rebuilt after a fire.