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Rentaro Taki Memorial Museum

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Address: 2120-1 Taketa, Taketa 878-0013, Oita Prefecture
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Taki Rentaro studied music composition in Japan and Germany in the late 1800s. During his short life (died at age 23), he composed a songbook and several classical pieces. This... read more

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Clinton, Washington
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Taki Rentaro studied music composition in Japan and Germany in the late 1800s. During his short life (died at age 23), he composed a songbook and several classical pieces. This modest house served as a residence for his family at one point during his growing up years. It creates a good image of life during that era.

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