The Kurimoto Library, which used to be located in Fujimi-machi, will hold a special exhibition introducing 38 manuscripts of modern writers from its former collection in cooperation with the Mumonkan in Ueda City.
The Hori Tatsuo Literature Memorial Museum will exhibit 14 writers featured in the “New Karuizawa Literature Walk” and the Oiwajuku Local History Museum will display manuscripts of 24 writers and hold various events.
［The 14 artists whose works are on display at the Tatsuo Hori Literature Memorial Hall.]
Takahama Kyoshi, Nomura Kodo, Hasegawa Shin, Tsuboi Sakae, Sato Haruo, Satomi Ton (Kyouhen)
Hakushu Kitahara, Fumiko Enchi, Saisei Muroo, Tatsuo Hori, Tatsuji Miyoshi, Shiratori Masamune, Tatsuzo Ishikawa, Tomoji Abe
［Twenty-four artists were exhibited at the Oiwajuku Folk Museum.]
Fumio Niwa, Ashihei Hino, Shofu Muramatsu, Fumiko Hayashi, Nobutsuna Sasaki, Kensaku Shimaki, Jun Takami, Jiro Obutsu
Kubota Mantaro, Saijo Hachijo, Ozaki Shiro, Fujisawa Kanuo, Yokomitsu Toshikazu, Yoshii Isamu, Mushanokoji Saneatsu
Yuriko Miyamoto, Rofu Miki, Seiichi Funabashi, Yojiro Ishizaka, Masuji Ibushi, Koji Uno, Kihachi Ozaki
Shigure Hasegawa, Okanroku
Dates: November 11, 2023 (Sat) – March 3, 2024 (Sun)
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