• Kyodo News


A postcard telling of the death of a cat kept by novelist Natsume Soseki, which served as inspiration for a cat in his masterpiece “I Am a Cat,” is being displayed for the first time to the public in an exhibition at Satsuma-Sendai, Kagoshima Prefecture.

“I Am a Cat” is one of the most famous novels by Natsume (1867-1916), a major figure in modern Japanese literature.

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