⑫Tsujii Keiun Gallery Bokkyo(Michi-no-Eki “Denen no sato Uryu”, Manju 28-3, Uryu)

This gallery was opened in April, 2013. About 20 pieces by Uryu-born calligrapher Tsujii Keiun are displayed here. Pieces are rotated on an indeterminate schedule. Admission is free

Open hours/9:00~17:00(May-October), 10:00~16:00(November-April)
Closed/December 31 – January 2

⑬“Ishikari River” Stone Monument(Moeginonishi, Ebetsu)

The characters “Ishikari River” were written by Nanano Hokumei and then carved into this stone monument. It is located between National Route 12 and the Ishikari river, on the Sapporo side of the Mihara bridge.

⑭Daichi no Te (The Hand of Mother Earth) Stone Monument (Konopporo, Atsubetsucho, Atsubetsu-ku, Sapporo)

This monument commemorates the 40th year since the foundation of the Nopporo Forest Park. It is located near the Hokkaido Centennial Memorial Tower. The original calligraphy was donated to the Hokkaido Prefectural Assembly.

⑮Tosei no Kawa (Tosei River) Kahi (monument inscribed with poets) (Soseigawa Park, Kita 1 jo Nishi 1 chome, Sapporo)

Nakano Hokumei made this calligraphic stone rendition of the poem Tosei no Kawa by famous poet Harako Osamu.

⑯Ishikawa Takuboku Kahi (monument inscribed with poets) (Odori Park, Odorinishi 3 chome, Chuo-ku, Sapporo)

This stone monument is inscribed with a poem penned by Nakano Hokumei. The poem was composed by Takuboku Ishikawa, and his bronze statue stands next to the monument.