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Kaizen-ji Temple, Taito

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  • Taito-ku Matsu is a Rinzai sect single-standing temple in Tani 3-chome. It was built in Kanda Myojin-Kita in 1624 in the early Edo period, and it was moved to its current location after the furisode fire. There was a short approach to the tip of the thick gate, and it was a precinct with a lot of greenery.
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  • It is a temple of the Rinzai sect Myoshinji sect. Umeda Unhama, a skane scholar of the Imperial Family, who was captured in the Great Prison of Ansei at the end of the Edo period, is buried in this grave.
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