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Former Nogi Residence

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In the mansion of the general soldier Nogi in the Meiji Era (1912) on September 13, the day of Emperor Meiji Burial, Nogi and his wife were martyrdom. The general was a fashionable person before Germany study abroad, but it is said that he became a strictly unequalled soldier after studying abroad. This mansion is also very simple as a house of general, and it has become a reputation compared with the splendid of the brick building. The interior will be open to the public on September 12 and 13, every year.
The Nogi Shrine was built adjacent to the shrine, and Nogizaka was renamed from the Ghost Slope at the same time as the funeral of the General Nogi in 1912.
There is a large tree of Sakura in Nogi Park with a Nogi house, and it entertains visitors with splendid flowers every year. Former Nogi House general public (Sept. 12, 13)

Hours9:00 ~ 16:00
Transportation1 minute walk from Nogizaka station on the Chiyoda line


8-11-32 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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