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  1. Seizansō

    Seizansō

    The Kunugi-mon at the Seizansō: clearly visible the two pillars of quercus accutissima.
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    Seizansō

    Onari-michi, the alley leading up to the main building
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    Seizansō

    Detail of the main building at the Seizansō
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    Seizansō

    The annex of the Seizansō
  5. Seizansō

    Seizansō

    The restored main building of the Seizansō
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    Seizansō

    The main building of the Seizansō
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    Seizansō

    Annex building at the Seizansō (西山荘)
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    Seizansō

    Photos of actors during filming on the location of Seizansō for the jidaigeki (時代劇, “period drama” or historic drama) "Mito Kōmon" produced by TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System) between 1969 and December 2011
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    Seizansō

    A life-size figure of Tokugawa Mitsukuni, better known as "Mito Kōmon" (水戸黄門)
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    Seizansō

    The main building of the Seizansō. The original burned down in 1817 and was rebuilt in 1819 at a smaller scale.
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    Seizansō

    The entrance to the Seizansō in Hitachiota with the Onari-michi, Mitsukuni's alley
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    Seizansō

    The Kunugi-mon (the Oak Gate), consisting of two pillars of quercus acutissima symbolising Mitsukuni's proclivity for a simple life
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