Sightseeing routes in Tokatsu area and Bay area
A walk following footsteps of Osamu Dazai

Following the footsteps of Osamu Dazai when he was living in Funabashi, let us introduce you the birthplace of Dazai's literature.
Sightseeing guides are available for a fee for giving you detailed information. ("Discover Funabashi", 047-425-4173)

Theme
Following the footsteps of Osamu Dazai when he was living in Funabashi.
Recommended for
couples, married couples, senior citizens, groups, one person
The best season
all seasons
Time required
1 hour and a half from JR Funabashi Station
Spots to visit Explanations for the spots Staying time & charge
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Kokonoe Bridge (Kokonoe Hashi)

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Also known as "Dazai Bridge", Kokonoe Bridge locates close to the house in which Dazai used to live. Around the bridge, there are many reliefs to commemorate Osamu Dazai.
Staying time
5 minutes
Charge
- yen
About 5 minutes on foot
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Monument of Osamu Dazai's former residence

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The place where the Osamu Dazai's former residence located. He lived there from July 1, 1935 to October 13, 1936.
Staying time
3 minutes
Charge
- yen
About 15 minutes on foot
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Literature monument of Osamu Dazai

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On both sides of a literature monument, oleanders and Chinese parasol trees which Dazai loved are planted.
Staying time
5 minutes
Charge
- yen
About 15 minutes on foot
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Kappo Ryokan Tamagawa

■Stay 
Osamu Dazai stayed at this Ryokan for writing.
Staying time
5 minutes
Charge
- yen
About 10 minutes on foot
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Inari Shrine

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The picture used for a woodblock print of the "Bannen", the maiden compilation of Osamu Dazai, was took at this place.
Staying time
5 minutes
Charge
- yen