I go snow viewing
till tumbling over
iza saraba | yukimi ni korobu | tokoro made
[Osu Kannon Temple, Nagoya]
Haiku Stone: The haiku stone stands in the grounds of the Osu Kannon temple, opposite the Main Hall. The stone was put up by local haiku poets in the early 19th c. On the top the words Kasen-zuka are inscribed, because the back of the stone contains a renga in 36 verses by those local poets.
Address: 2-21-47 Osu, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi-ken. Tel. (052)231-6525
Access: Osu Kannon Station on the Tsurumai Subway Line (Exit 2).
Note: Antique market every 18th & 28th.