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Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tales Village

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Miyazawa Kenji Fairy Tales Village

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TWHK wrote a review Aug 2019
Hong Kong174 contributions81 helpful votes
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 the fairy tales of Kenji, you don't have to go into that exhibition hall. Then the entry of the village is free.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Reg S wrote a review Jul 2016
Benton, Arkansas164 contributions48 helpful votes
This place is very cool and worth a visit. It helps to know about Kenji and his stories to put what you see in context. Various areas of the village highlight Kenji's stories and his interests.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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kcHogWild wrote a review Jun 2016
Hot Springs, Arkansas27 contributions6 helpful votes
Each time the high school students enjoy the unique displays of Kenji's fairy tales. It helps to have a good interpreter. They also enjoy the gift shop at the end of the tour.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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rogermann64 wrote a review May 2016
Morioka, Japan101 contributions36 helpful votes
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 Mroioka if walking and visiting a laid back city is what you want to do. Also, you can stop at the local department store to enjoy a tall ice cream one last time before it closes its' doors in June, 2016. Be sure to get their early in the day for it is a one to two hour wait at times due to the heavy traffic by people who want to enjoy this wonderful attraction before it closes for good. The walk along the small creek is also enjoyable where you can see pieces of metal art devoted to Kenj's writing.. A very friendly village where people greeted us and helped us as we needed it...
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Date of experience: May 2016
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