江戸川乱歩館 EDOGAWA RAMPO museum

The museum reproduces the retro-feel of the streets of around 1955.

The house used by local artist, Junichi Iwata, who worked with detective novelist, Rampo Edogawa, and poet and painter, Yumeji Takehisa, and where he spent most of his life, is now used as a museum. The museum reproduces the retro-feel of the streets of around 1955 and includes panels introducing the literati associated with Toba.

Iseshima region Historic Sites

Information

Address 517-0011 三重県鳥羽市鳥羽2丁目5-2
Telephone Number 0599-25-8255(鳥羽ガイドセンター)
Business Hours 10am to 3pm(Weekday)
10am to 4:30pm(Saturday,Sunday,Holiday)
Days Closed for Business Tuesday・Wednesday(If wendnesday is holiday, Next day is business holiday)
Getting here by public transport Approx 10 minutes on foot from JR or Kintetsu"Toba" station
Website http://rampomuseum.com/

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