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Seisonkaku

The Seisonkaku (成巽閣) is a Japanese villa in Kanazawa, constructed in 1863 by Maeda Nariyasu (1811–1884), 13th daimyō of the Kaga clan, to serve as a retirement home for his mother Shinryu-in (眞龍院). This 'Gosho doll' (御所人形 Gosho ningyō, "imperial dolls") was a present of the Tokugawa shogun to Nariyasu when he married the shogun's daughter. It was believed to prevent fires.
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