Fun Link Friday: Letter from Sakamoto Ryoma Discovered in Tokyo Home

I think the quote says it all here. Wow!

Totsugeki Atto Home (突撃!アッとホーム) airs every Saturday at 8:00pm. Each week the family-themed show revolves around several households across Japan and the small, intimate inner workings that make them function. One of the segments is called “Family Treasure Hunting,” a sort-of-reverse Antiques Roadshow in which hosts randomly go up to strangers and ask them what their household’s most prized possession is….“I have a letter from Sakamoto Ryoma,” offered Yuko Hata, a middle-aged Japanese woman.

Via Spoon & Tamago.

Via Spoon & Tamago.

Read the whole story at Spoon & Tamago.

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2 Responses to Fun Link Friday: Letter from Sakamoto Ryoma Discovered in Tokyo Home

  1. Reblogged this on Infocus Tours and commented:
    Sakamoto Ryoma letter found – In a haouse!

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