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29 Tsubo no Ishibumi

29 Tsubo no Ishibumi

This monument became a popular poetical subject, with which master poets including Saigyo and MINAMOTONO Yoritomo composed Japanese poems about it. Upon the discovery of the Tagajo Castle Monument, this monument was considered to be the legendary “Tsubo no Ishibumi” and gathered attention of intellectuals and scholars at the time. MATSUO Basho wrote about how deeply he was moved to see this monument remaining the same as the time of its creation, compared to other poetry-inspiring subjects that change over time.

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Stories : 3 Spreading of Culture After Masamune
Designated : 9 National Place of Scenic Beauty
Categories : 5 Landscape of "Oku no Hosomichi"
Regions : 2 Tagajo City
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Name : 29 Tsubo no Ishibumi
Location : Tayaba, Ichikawa-aza, Tagajo City
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Tagajo City
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Access and Tourists Spots

  • 1. Tagajo Castle Site Iris Garden

    The garden is filled with 650 species and 3 million plants of irises. The Tagajo Castle Site Iris Festival takes place from late June to early July every year, during which the garden bustles with approximately 80,000 people.

    Ichikawatayaba, Tagajo City

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  • 2. Tohoku History Museum

    The museum displays various historical artifacts mostly from the Tohoku Region, from way back in the Paleolithic era to the present day. Special exhibitions are held occasionally.

    1-22-1 Takasaki, Tagajo City

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  • 3. Tagajo Shiyukan (Tagajo Historical Museum)

    Facility contains exhibition rooms that display the history of Tagajo City from the Jomon to Edo periods, as well as experiential learning facilities where visitors can learn about the techniques of old times.

    2-27-1 Chuo, Tagajo City

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  • 4. Mutsusosyanomiya

    According to the legend, this shrine was established enshrining deities from one hundred shrines all over the Mutsu Province. Within the precinct stands a tree of white magnolia over 200 years old, next to the Japanese cedar tree that is considered to be over 600 years old.

    1 Sosha, Ichikawa-aza, Tagajo City

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  • 5. Taguchi Orchid Garden

    This garden is one of the largest orchid gardens in the Tohoku Region with over forty years of history. It cultivates and sells various kinds of orchids, including paphiopedilum and cattleya.

    90-1 Sanno-sanku, Sanno-aza, Tagajo City

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  • 6. Matsushima Kamaboko Honpo Tagajo Factory

    The factory for the famous fish cake is equipped with its own retail store, where visitors can purchase fresh products out of the factory. Our most popular tofu cake “Muu” is also available fresh out of the fryer for purchase. Sasakama fish cake baking experience tour is also available (pay service).

    3-5 Ipponyanagi, Yawata-aza, Tagajo City

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  • 7. Kibune Shrine

    Among the dense forest facing the old Shiogama Kaido Highway stands the shrine. Its sheltering hall is covered by rampant branches and leaves of a giant tree that is said to be about 470 years old.

    Kanabori, Ichikawa-aza, Tagajo City

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  • 8. Moririn Kasenuma Park

    Kasenuma is a swamp of approximately 4 km in circumference. It was utilized as a natural defense of the capital during the Nara and Heian periods, and as a reservoir after the Edo period. Visitors come visit throughout all seasons, enjoying fishing, walks in the woods or picnicking.

    7-1 Shintsutsumishita, Kase-aza, Rifu-cho, Miyagi-gun

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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
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