Setting up a tribute for the memorial of Mariko Miyagi Shizuoka Kakegawa March 28 20:27

Mariko Miyagi, who played an active role as a singer and actor and founded the first nursing home in Japan, Nemunoki Gakuen, for children with physical disabilities, died at the age of 93 this month, and a tribute stand in honor of Miyagi is held in Shizuoka Prefecture. Located near the school, there are many people who come here to spare.

Mariko Miyagi has been the headmaster of Nemunoki Gakuen, a nursing home for children with disabilities in Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture, established by himself for 52 years.

He died on the 21st of his birthday, 93, at the age of 93 due to malignant lymphoma on his birthday, trying to raise the sensitivity of people with disabilities through art, such as painting and singing.

Many people visit the flower arrangement stand at the Junnosuke Yoshiyuki Literature Museum, which is attached to the school.

Mr. Yoshinobu Ishikawa, the former governor of Shizuoka prefecture, also visited on the 28th and said, "I respected from the governor era. She was a great woman."

A local woman in her 80s said, "I met Miyagi's song when I was a teenager, and I'm my youth. She was a wonderful person who loved children."

For the time being, you can mourn from 9 am to 6 pm every day at this flower arrangement.