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Zōshigaya-reien
On the outskirts of Ikebukuro, this large, leafy cemetery, dating to 1874, is the final resting place of many writers (including the great modernist Natsume Sōseki), painters and musicians – giving it more intellectual cred than any other burial spot in the city. English maps are available inside the office (the smaller of the two buildings) at the west entrance.
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