Asakusa Mitsuke Memorial, Taito

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  • It is an ordinary park. However, it is a restroom rest place of the people who walk in the town. A stone monument stands at the top of the bridge where Edo Street and the Kanda River meet. It was one of the 36 locations for the Edo Castle Guard, and it was also an important position for the Shogunate. It's kind of lonely with one stone monument.
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  • About a 3-minute walk from Asakusabashi Station, the pillar stake of the Asakusa Mi-annex site stands on Asakusabashi Kita-packed over the Kanda River. It was established in 13 years (1636) in 13 years of Kanei, one of the 36 edo castle sit-ins in the Edo period. It is located quite a distance from Sensoji Temple, but it was called Asakusa Mimon because it was in the path of worshippers to Asakusa.
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  • Description plate stands, was written under. Asakusa-Mitsuke is one of the twelve Mitsuke in Edo at 36 Gates placed at the outer gate, and set up 0/1636 on the highway to the. Keicho already has the name of the Asakusa-Bashi, Mitsuke and was mothballed by Meiji Restoration. After this, 6/1/1934, Asakusa-Bashi's current one, two, three-Chome Street was born. 10/1956 1 open city 500 in greater Tokyo Festival Memorial Asakusa southern Volunteer Tourism Association to build. , Minamikayabe town, on heiemon soemon-Cho, under heiemon soemon-Cho, Fukui City, Sakaki-machi, Shin Suga-Cho, Shin-Fukui-Cho, kawaramachi, Suga-Cho, monkey shop town, towards Yu Hara-machi town < old Asakusa-Bashi &gt; Asakusa-Bashi is one 0/1934 (1934). The town is named after bridge built across the Kanda River. Edo shogunate built watchtowers, gates and bridge to the important points of the main traffic road, the guards of Edo Castle. Oshu Highway passes through this area was called the Asakusa gate is the gate to the Asakusa Kannon Temple can be built. Also suggest placing a guard who called Asakusa Mitsuke. Here Kanda River for the first time put the bridge by 0/1636 (1636). Called the Mikado-Asakusabashi station to Asakusa and concealed from Asakusabashi station some day.
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  • It's where the watch was set up to find the road fork and other shady "Mitsuke", meaning. To discover the enemy to come into the city and Castle in Edo Castle and the 36 where it is. Akasaka-Mitsuke,, was also in this area is the name of the station is famous for, but I'm.
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