The birthplace of Takizawa Bakin

The birthplace of Takizawa Bakin (historical site)

The birthplace of Takizawa Bakin which is famous for "the south total 8, Satomi dog biography"

Bakin Takizawa, famous for the novel, "Nanso Satomi Hakkenden," was born on June 9, 1767 within the residence of Nobunari Matsudaira, which stands before Fukagawa Joshinji Temple (near 1 Hirano). After growing up, he studied under Kyoden Santo and wrote over 1,400 books, including "Chinsetsu Myumiharizuki." In November 1848, he passed away at the age of 82 and was buried at Jinkoji Temple in Myogadani, Bunkyo-ku.

Address 1-2-3, Hirano, Koutou-ku (the Fukagawa welfare center for the old)
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Access Toei Oedo Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line "Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station" Exit A3 4-minute walk

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