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Kusunoki Masashige Statue, Chiyoda

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  • 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 a...  more »
  • 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...  more »
  • 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...  more »
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  • The statue, in the Outer Garden of the Imperial Palace, is in honour of Kusunoki Masashige a famous Japanese military commander who lived between 1294 and 1336. Recognized as one of the greatest bronze statues of Tokyo. The park is well treed and easily walkable.
  • This statue is really good near imperial palace. This park is also nice tospend time during lunch time.
  • Stopped by on the way to the train station from the Imperial Palace. The statue was quite nicely made but it would have been nice to have a little information about who Kusunoki Masashige was. It is located in the park across the street from the palace grounds with sign posts to it.
  • Pretty, but scaleless and lonely feeling. Go, walk through, take photos, then leave.
  • Tourist attraction. Historic Statue. Picturesque setting. Beautiful backdrop in Autumn. Beside a small shop and across from a rest house with facilities.