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236 Yugeno, Kawazu-cho, Kamo-gun, Shizuoka-ken, 413-0507, Japan
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Izu no Odoriko” is a masterpiece by Kawabata Yasunari, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Yasunari, in the midst of his lonely student life, embarks on a heartbreaking journey to Izu, where he meets a group of traveling entertainers with their daughter at a teahouse on the Amagi Pass, This is the reason why “The Dancing Girl of Izu” is called a masterpiece, along with its depiction of the Amagi road.
The story centers on the November of 1918, when he stayed here for two, three, and four days.
Izu is an art gallery of every kind of scenery,” said Yasunari, who loved Izu with all his heart.
Yasunari was born in Osaka in June 1899 and passed away in April 1972 at the age of 72.
His fame as one of the world’s great writers has been immortalized.