The site of Kimura Kenkado residence
  3, 4-chome, Kitahorie, Nishi-ku
at the southeast corner of Osaka Central Library
[ Nishinagahori ]by Sennichimae Line and
 Nagahoritsurimiryokuti Line
 about 20m to the south
 Kenkado(1736〜1802) was born as a descendant of a sake brewer and well informed especially in natural history.
 He studied Dutch, Latin, did writings and drew pictures.  He was a synonym of extensive learning and versatile talent.
 He knew a lot of writers and artists and his residence was a saloon of men of culture.
 He left a collection of many fields.
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The Uemachi-daichi kita course