Natsume Soseki’s home in which his daughter Fudeko was born on May 31, 1899, three years after Soseki had relocated to Kumamoto.
Soseki and his wife Nakane Kyoko.
Natsume Soseki lived with his wife and child in this home located by the Tsuboi river and surrounded by a lovely garden.
The property remains beautifully kept.
Views of the house from the garden.
Standing in the garden.
Flowers in bloom in the garden today.
Hoa vẫn nở trong vườn ngày hôm nay.
Les fleurs fluerissent encore dans le jardin aujourd’hui.
It was in this house in which Soseki’s first child and daughter, Fudeko, was born.
Fudeko is pictured here with her mother.
Visiting the house, I could sense life breathing peacefully here.
I understood how the serenity of this home could inspire a person to compose poetry, write prose and create new life.
Soseki composing at his desk.
Soseki’s view looking out into the garden.
Natsume Soseki Uchitsuboi Kyuko Museum