Kiyokawa Hachiro Memorial Hall (Kiyokawa Hachiro Kinen-kan)1.8
Located on site the Kiyokawa-jinjya Shrine in Shonai town, Yamagata Prefecture, this memorial hall is dedicated to Hachiro Kiyokawa (1830-1863), a patriot who played a significant role in the Meiji Restoration. Kiyokawa, born in Shonai, is known to open the Kiyokawa-jyuku School in Edo (former name of Tokyo) where he taught both academic courses and swordsmanship. He later formed the Roshi-gumi (an organization of lordless samurai) with aims for Sonno-Joi (Respect the Emperor and expel the foreigners) policy. Roshi-gumi was devided into two groups later and the one of them called themselves Mibu-Roshigumi (later Shinsengumi). The hall exhibits his letters and diaries, as well as materials related to the Meiji Restoration.
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5.05 months ago
Heroes in the Yamagata Shonai area No, you can see the great footprints of Professor Hachiro Kiyokawa, the hero who laid the foundation for new Japan, here at the memorial hall! How is Japan, which was isolated at that time, lagging behind the rest of the world? The weakened Tokugawa Shogunate? Hachiro Kiyokawa and other friends who talk about the future of Japan! Please come and see the activities of the day!
3.05 months ago
You're the one who made the Roshigumi.
There was a script for the Taiga drama Shinsengumi.
5.0a year ago
Despite the small memorial hall, the land of Shishi at the end of the Edo period is majestic. I've been interested in it for a long time, so I stopped by. I was assassinated without realizing my dream. At the young age of 34. It's a shame that this is a history-changing event.
4.02 months ago
Valuable historical materials are on display.
5.0a year ago
After spending a lot of time watching it, I learned from a person in charge (probably not normally done) by giving an explanation full of Hachiro's love. Thank you very much.