For portraits of new 2024 yen bills from 1000!A 1000 yen (incremental) menu named after Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato is born in Oguni Township!

Hello everyone.It is Morinaga from Oguni Township.The photo shows Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato, who discovered the plague bacterium that was prevalent worldwide more than 120 years ago and saved the world from a pandemic.

Not long ago, it was announced that Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato from Oguni was adopted as a portrait of a 2024-yen bill from 1000.

In response to this, Oguni Township, where Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato's birthplace is located, has become colorful, and various efforts have begun.

One of them is that Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato is a portrait of a 1,000-yen bill, so we offer a menu that allows you to pay clearly with a 1,000-yen bill.

Offering has started at 28 restaurants in Oguni Town and Minami Oguni Town.

The store that offers it is marked by a banner.

That's why it is an introduction of the menu of each store.

Before that, please read the outline of Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato.

What is Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato?
Shibasaburo Kitasato, a world-famous bacteriologist who is proud of Japan, was born on January 1853, 1 (December 29, Kaei 5) as the eldest son of Shoya Kitasato in Kitasato Village (currently Oguni Town, Kumamoto Prefecture).
After studying at Kumamoto Medical School in 4, he went on to Tokyo Medical School (currently the University of Tokyo School of Medicine), and after graduating, worked at the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Health Bureau, and was a national international student who discovered tuberculosis bacteria, Robert Koch of Germany. I studied under.Here, valuable research achievements are announced one after another, especially Clostridium tetani.
The success of pure culture (1889) and the establishment of serum therapy (1890) was unprecedented and made its name in the medical community around the world.
After returning to Japan, with the help of Yukichi Fukuzawa and others, he established the Institute of Infectious Diseases and made a great mark on modern medicine in Japan.He founded the Kitasato Research Institute on his own in 3, and contributed to the development of public health, medical education, and medical administration in Japan for the rest of his life until his death in 1914.

>>> The next page is Oguni Town, a restaurant where you can enjoy the Kitasato Shibasaburo menu!

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