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Updated: October 1, 2019
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This is Japan's first memorial hall to celebrate a musician. Michio Miyagi, who became blind when he was eight, invented the 80-stringed koto and was the co-founder of the New Japanese Music Movement. Relive this master's life through CDs, DVDs, and documents—many of which are now Japan's tangible cultural properties.
General admission: 400 yen
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