Komoro City Takahamakyoshi Memorial HallKomoro Takahama Koshi Kinenkan
In order to honor the achievements of the poet Kiko Takahama and to contribute to the study of Kako literature, the exhibition will display works and materials from the era when Komoro was evacuated. Above all, Kishiko's "Six Songs, One and Two Phrase Screens" is a highlight. In addition, the adjacent "Kako-an" is the only place where Kiko is formerly open, and it is the best area to remember the former Koshi along with the Kagi promenade that extends from it. A haiku party (20 people) is also available. "Komoro Hyakugo" (reprinted edition), "Komoro Hyakugo" (new edition) (Kenji Fukami, commentary) are being distributed.
|Name of facility||Komoro City Takahamakyoshi Memorial HallKomoro Takahama Koshi Kinenkan|
|Address||〒384-00062-3-24 Yoramachi, Komoro City|
|Museum Hours of Operation||9: 00-17: 00 (Admission until 16:30)|
|Museum Holidays||Advance application is required on Wednesdays (the next day if it is a national holiday) and winter (December to the end of March).
Winter Inquiries: Komoro City Office Cultural Properties / Lifelong Learning Division (Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays) TEL0267-22-1700
|Museum Admissions Fee||General (high school students and above) 300 yen, elementary and junior high school students 200 yen, group discount for 30 or more people (general 200 yen, elementary and junior high school students 150 yen)|
|Parking Lot||1st parking: 12 cars or 2 large cars, 2nd parking: 12 cars (free)|