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  1. Tozenji Temple

    Tozenji Temple

    Tozenji Temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture; devoted to the memory of Oguri Tadamasa
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    Tozenji Temple

    The altar at the Tozenji in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture
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    Tozenji Temple

    The interior of the Tozenji Temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture, displaying Oguri memorabilia
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    Tozenji Temple

    A painting of Oguri Tadamasa displayed in the Tozenji Temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture; it seems to be inspired by the historic photography of the three plenipotentiary members of the Japanese embassy to the United States in 1860
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    Tozenji Temple

    Oguri Tadamasa's stone bust displayed at the Tozenji Temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture
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    Tozenji Temple

    Oguri Tadamasa's grave at Tozenji temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture; his severed head had originally been buried elsewhere, but now rests in this tomb too.
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    Tozenji Temple

    Graves of Oguri's retainers at the Tozenji temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture
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    Tozenji Temple

    Oguri Tadamasa's palanquin (駕籠 kago), said to be used to carry him to his execution on the banks of the Karasugawa; displayed at the Tozenji temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture
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    Tozenji Temple

    A kataginu, a jacket that is part of a kamishimo, said to have belonged to Oguri Tadamasa, displayed at the Tozenji temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture
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    Tozenji Temple

    Oguri Tadataka, Tadamasa's father and a retainer; photo displayed at the Tozenji temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture
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    Tozenji Temple

    A katana said to have belonged to Oguri Tadamasa on deer antlers used as a sword stand.
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    Tozenji Temple

    Oguri Mataichi (left), Oguri Tadamasa's adopted son, with two retainers. He was beheaded on April 7, 1868, at Takasaki Castle. Photo displayed at the Tozenji Temple in Gonda, Gunma Prefecture.
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    Tozenji Temple

    Oguri Kuniko, the daughter of Oguri Tadamasa; photo displayed in the museum of the Tozenji Temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture.
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    Tozenji Temple

    Peririn and Ogurin, two cartoon characters created by the Yokosuka Tourism Association, to commemorate the opening of Japan. Designed by Oguri Kazumata.
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    Tozenji Temple

    Historic photo of students enrolled at the Collège Franco-Japonais, founded by Oguri Tadamasa in Yokohama. His adopted son Mataichi attended the school. Displayed at the small museum at Tozenji in Gonda, Gunma Prefecture.
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