The late musician of The Beatles, John Lennon’s official and certified Instagram page shared another golden-worth memorabilia from 1978 that shows John’s handwritten letter to Tokyo hotel front desk for D.J. Paul Drew.

You can find that rare story of that letter and the quote of Paul Drew below.

“OGAWAKEN, 1978⠀

A John Lennon handwritten letter and envelope, left at a Tokyo hotel front desk for D.J. Paul Drew who is quoted as saying:

“During the late 1970’s I was in Japan on occasion and always stayed at the Hotel Okura. One day in September 1978 while walking down a corridor at the hotel, I heard two voices simultaneously call out my name from behind me. I turned around and was warmly greeted by John and Yoko. We had a great visit in the bar catching up, and the next morning I found this note which John had left for me at the front desk. In it, he recommends some Tokyo restaurants, suggesting I use his name at one–and noting they knew him as “Mr. Ono.”

Okura Hotel, Tokyo, 16 September 1978

You can see that letter below.

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OGAWAKEN, 1978⠀ A John Lennon handwritten letter and envelope, left at a Tokyo hotel front desk for D.J. Paul Drew who is quoted as saying: “During the late 1970’s I was in Japan on occasion and always stayed at the Hotel Okura. One day in September 1978 while walking down a corridor at the hotel, I heard two voices simultaneously call out my name from behind me. I turned around and was warmly greeted by John and Yoko. We had a great visit in the bar catching up, and the next morning I found this note which John had left for me at the front desk. In it, he recommends some Tokyo restaurants, suggesting I use his name at one–and noting they knew him as “Mr. Ono.””⠀ Okura Hotel, Tokyo, 16 September 1978

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