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Kusunoki Masashige Statue

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Kusunoki Masashige Statue

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Safariholic wrote a review Aug 2020
Horsham, United Kingdom1,896 contributions476 helpful votes
In the South-East corner (inside the perimeter formed by the moat) of the grounds of the Imperial Palace, stabnds this fabulous and huge Statue to the 14th Century Legendary Samurai Warrior. Its a MUST, especially of you have kids with you. Loved it
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Date of experience: October 2019
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platypus150 wrote a review Oct 2019
Melbourne, Australia19,030 contributions750 helpful votes
This is a large bronze statue of a samurai on a horse. He was a military commander who lived 1294 to 1336 and defended the emperor against the troops of the Shogunate. He became the epitome of a loyal and faithful servant.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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HotRodHeart wrote a review Oct 2019
France119 contributions36 helpful votes
It's close to the imperial palace and Tokyo station, so if you are on your way from one to the other you might as well take a look. You can definitely take some dynamic pictures. Starting from the Meiji ear, his name is a reference to loyalty and extreme devotion to the emperor... if that's any hint about why it's there. For the rest, google is your friend ;) So if you have Japanese friends, they might think you have no clue what you are taking a photo of ;p
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Date of experience: October 2019
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stephen2912 wrote a review Sep 2019
Adelaide, Australia208 contributions81 helpful votes
this part of the palace grounds and take note that the statue faces the palace so that not to offend the emperor and a great photo app.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Josue F wrote a review Jun 2019
Laredo, Texas21 contributions5 helpful votes
A short walk from the Imperial Palace, this statue is impressive looks awesome. Can get crowded but definitely worth checking out.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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