Inshu-Ikeda Residence

Wednesday, March 20, 2013
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The Inshu-Ikeda Residence (aka Kuromon or "Black Gate") in Tokyo's Ueno Park district is the former residence of the daimyo (feudal lords) of Inaba Province, present day Tottori Prefecture.

Inshu-Ikeda Residence, Ueno Park, Tokyo


Originally located in the Marunouchi area of the Japanese capital near Tokyo Station, the gate was moved here in 1954.

The Kuromon has a hipped gable roof and twin sentry boxes. The gate is classified as an Important Cultural Property.

Inshu-Ikeda Residence, Ueno Park, Japan


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