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Sanada House, Nagano

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  • Ikeda Toshio met Museum came I tried by click here. Entry fee 200 yen, free guide, we also have. Watch video. Sitting in the splendid garden, views and was healed. Bathroom is clean.
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  • Is that your residence lived Lord of the Sanada family. That made politics here, front and back. In a very large House, still at that time wallpaper and ceiling, felt the greatness of the Sanada family. The garden was lovely. Come visit once.
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  • Sanada House (new palace ruins) are on the doorstep of the matsushiro Castle. It is a Castle-Palace built in 1864 (0/1864) as s. pine Academy (yukiyoshi Mrs.) ninth Lord of matsushiro domain, Sanada Hiroyuki, (sanadayukinori), but the mother-in-law in the House. At that time was known as the 'new palace'. (And her eldest son is seafood, but children of concubines is) has allowed the return of his wife and children, along with the relaxation of the system reform in the bunkyu era in the Edo period the daimyo's wife and children are lifelong obliged to Edo residence, 1862 (0/1862) made by the 14th Shogun, Tokugawa iemochi shougun. Therefore to pine's residence is required, built residence in Edo.  Originally was the residence of dotty happiness,, s. pine Academy (shinbutsu) built by the 9th Lord of matsushiro clan and Sanada Masayuki, yukinori-0/1864 of the Tokugawa shogunate (1864), but since the Meiji era became the private residence of the Sanada family, also called Sanada House. Palace (main building), leaving traces of the name mansion in Edo 表座敷, living room and bathroom well, retains the entire storehouse of several lay feudal lords of the Sanada family come, front gate, past pristine gardens and simplicity while also. Palace architecture, almost no example in the country, is very valuable. As the home of the Sanada Clan became Earl after the Meiji era, retired after seafood, and live here, in 1966 (0/1966) were transferred to matsushiro town with family heirlooms from generation to generation. Gardens were preferred to the ninth Lord Sanada Masayuki, "will akizuki-Tei (suishinn shrine are)" and named Shinji pond mainly with Southeast Takiguchi and a sanzon Stone garden takes a beacon mountain and the surrounding mountains as the views are. Pond water town southern Samurai's premises in multiple "Sensui (strolling) (pond) after flows into residence in Edo. Also, because it is a very quiet place is relaxed in you. You can also see the Sanada Museum located near the Sanada House, donated by the Sanada family memorabilia.
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