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Ayako Miura Literature Museum

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local can be most persuasive

We remember her most famous novel - melting point - as something famous. We do not remember who... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2017
David J
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Seoul, South Korea
Ayako Miura Literature Museum in Her Home Town Asahikawa

This is a small private literature museum to commemorate the life and works of Ayako Miura and her... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2016
Chuzaa
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Vancouver, Canada
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19 Sep 2017
“local can be most persuasive”
21 Jul 2016
“Ayako Miura Literature Museum in Her Home Town Asahikawa”
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8-2-15, Kagura-7jo, Asahikawa 070-8007, Hokkaido
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+81 166-69-2626
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Reviewed 19 September 2017

We remember her most famous novel - melting point - as something famous. We do not remember who wrote that or what was about. It was a pleasant surprise that Asaikawa is the home town of the wirter, Ayako Miura, who is the author of...More

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Reviewed 21 July 2016

This is a small private literature museum to commemorate the life and works of Ayako Miura and her husband. It is well-maintained and run by local volunteers who adore Miura's works. She has written over eighty novels and non-fiction works in the second half of...More

1  Thank Chuzaa
Reviewed 25 June 2015 via mobile

Came to this museum because of the wet weather and what a wonder surprise we had. This museum is well curated despite its small size. Available in 3 languages- mandarin, English & Japanese, the museum gave a glimpse into the life of this famous writer...More

2  Thank angstansg
Reviewed 7 January 2015

All of us (including our teenage kids) love Miura Ayako's novels, so we were really looking forward to visiting this place. If you have ever read her novels, then you have a great chance of reading her description about the life in Asahikawa. The museum...More

2  Thank Alan L
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