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Katsu Kaishu Seitanchihi, Sumida

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  • This area is old style and very Japanese so do not expect any English descriptions.This memorial sits at one end of Ryogoku Park which is essentially a kids playground.To find it go away from Tokyo fr...  more »
  • Both parks JR Sobu famima crossing signals on the line between the two countries station East exit, straight, hit yokozuna alley in front of Keiyo road left, looks ahead to turn right 50 m. Arrive at both parks in a 5-minute walk from the station. Spread in front of and the big slide, playground equipment, but Lin WINS taro (kaishu) birthplace Memorial chronology at the end are shown in. Well enjoy the chronology is Edo fan sitting in the Chair with motifs of the sword a shot and take a piece of fun. Fancy ships play right here is whether or not mimics the kanrin-Maru not sure, but I care!
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  • Ryunosuke Akutagawa literary monument seen from going to the Park next to the two countries, in his birthplace of katsu kaishu memorial monument, Katsu kaishu scroll style are on display. Sitting on chairs with a Katana, a picture?
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