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“Japan Heritage” Certified by the Agency for Cultural Affairs in FY2016
The “DATE Culture” Fostered by Masamune
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19 Mausoleum of Entsuin Temple

19 Mausoleum of Entsuin Temple

Sankeiden mausoleum is dedicated to Mitsumune, the heir to the second DATE lord Tadamune, and was built in 1647. A “Zushi (miniature shrine)” that houses the equestrian statue of Mitsumune sits inside. Its elegant color pattern indicates that the cultural sensibility of Masamune was successfully inherited by his descendants. Seven statues of Divine Generals accompany the equestrian statue, and are assumed to be representations of vassals who followed the early death of their young master Mitsumune.

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Stories : 3 Spreading of Culture After Masamune
Designated : 13 National Important Cultural Property
Categories : 3 Inheritance by Successive Domain Lords
Regions : 3 Matsushima Town
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Name : 19 Mausoleum of Entsuin Temple
Location : 67 Chonai, Matsushima-aza, Matsushima Town, Miyagi-gun, Miyagi
Location/Ownership/Traditional place
Matsushima Town
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  • 1. Michinoku DATE Masamune Historical Museum

    This museum was built to record the life of DATE Masamune, the hero from the Warring State period. Utilizing over 200 life-sized wax figures to depict the turbulent life of Masamune, the exhibition accurately recreates 25 major events in his life. Especially, the equestrian statue of Masamune is so life-like that it could start dashing at any moment. The exhibition also includes wax figures of 50 great Michinoku icons who were born in the Tohoku region, including DAZAI Osamu, MUNAKATA Shiko, MIYAZAWA Kenji and NOGUCHI Hideyo.

    13-13 Fugendo, Matsushima-aza, Matsushima Town

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“Japan Heritage” Certified by the Agency for Cultural Affairs in FY2016
The “DATE Culture” Fostered by Masamune

“DATE Culture” Promoting Project Executive Committee
Miyagi Prefectural Bureau of Education, Department of Cultural Properties Protection 8-1 Hon-cho 3-chome, Aoba-ku, Sendai City, Miyagi