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Equestrian statue of the king of fiery Arisugawa Iya

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The bronze statue of Fiery Arisugawa is located in the square on the hill in the Arisugawa Palace Memorial Park in Minami-Azabu. It became the residence of Mino Mamoru in the southern part of the Morioka clan in the place where there was originally the shimoyashiki of the Asano family, and it became a place of the Royal Arisugawa Miyan House in Meiji 29. King Fiery was scheduled to spend his later years here, but he died without residency. The equestrian statue of King fiery was erected in the former staff headquarters in Meiji 36, but it was relocated to this park, which was deeply related to Prince in 1962.

Transportation3-minute walk from Hiroo station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line


5-7-29 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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