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Kusunoki Masashige Statue

1-1 Kokyo Gaien, Chiyoda 100-0002, Tokyo Prefecture
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Not a city of military statues

This statue is interesting because it is unusual and it is really action in bronze surrounded by... read more

Reviewed January 1, 2018
Valerie S
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Victoria, Canada
Impressive

A very impressive and powerful statue , commemorating the legendary Samurai , who combines the... read more

Reviewed December 7, 2017
saul g
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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  • Average39%
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“imperial palace” (11 reviews)
“meiji” (2 reviews)
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1-1 Kokyo Gaien, Chiyoda 100-0002, Tokyo Prefecture
Ginza, Tokyo Nihonbashi
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Reviewed January 1, 2018

This statue is interesting because it is unusual and it is really action in bronze surrounded by Oriental architecture..

Thank Valerie S
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Reviewed December 7, 2017

A very impressive and powerful statue , commemorating the legendary Samurai , who combines the virtues of loyalty to the emperor , and both civil and military capebilities of highest degree . In the Ido period , Kusunoki was inshrined as a patriotic hero ....More

Thank saul g
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Reviewed October 27, 2017

Nice bronze samurai statue located in the park to go to the Imperial Palace. Took a picture of the statue- it says he is a great patriot. There is a concession stand close by selling gold-flaked ice cream so bought one and enjoyed the scenery.

Thank Betty C
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Reviewed September 22, 2017

very interesting place to visit and look around,very peaceful to sit and relax in.very hot day when we went so rested under tree's.

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Reviewed September 1, 2017

In a large but rather spare neatly manicured park adjacent to the Imperial Palace. Park is planted with black pines, which symbolize prosperity and longevity. Kusunoki Masashige was a 14th century Samurai warrior, but you'd have to check a guidebook to know this, as there...More

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Reviewed July 21, 2017

The Kusunoki Masashige Statue is very close to the imperial palace and very interesting! However there isn't much more than a statue, so don't expect to be too impressed.

Thank Ryan G
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Reviewed July 8, 2017 via mobile

Very hot day but good shade all around Bathroom nearby which is very helpful Snacks and drinks machines around to quench your thirst Nice place to relax to read a book or catch up on email

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Reviewed April 5, 2017 via mobile

as we were about to end our visit to the imperial palace on our way to the nearest subway station, we passed by a sign leading us to the statue honor ing kusunoki masashige. an ideal samurai who was also a devout buddhist. cool place...More

Thank allan_y1965
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Reviewed March 27, 2017

In a corner of the garden near the Imperial palace is this bronze statue of Kusunoki Masashige, a loyal and high ranking 14th century samurai warrior who served under Emperor Godaigo Tenno. The statue of the warrior is on his horse and is mounted on...More

1  Thank percyvakil
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Reviewed February 16, 2017

It sits in the park adjacent to Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace and is an impressive bronze statue of a smaurai warrior on a horse.He lived in the 14th century and was highly regarded by the Meiji Government.

1  Thank Oldjack
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