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川崎正蔵翁の銅像跡 (Kawasaki Shōzō Okina No Dōzō Ato)

川崎正蔵翁の銅像跡は兵庫県神戸市中央区の布引公園付近にある銅像跡。 この付近に徳光院という禅院があり、その建立者である川崎正蔵氏の銅像とともに台座として大正時代に作られたものだという。銅像は第二次世界大戦の金属類回収令で消失し、台座だけが残っている。 現在は土地の所有者が変わったため、有刺鉄線が張られ近くに寄ることはできないが、登山道から比較的簡単に見学することができる。

Bronze statue of Kawasaki Masashi Okina

The bronze statue of Kawasaki Masashi Okina is a bronze statue mark near the Kowa Park in Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture. In the vicinity there is the Zen temple named Tokukoin, which is said to have been made in the Taisho era as a pedestal together with the statue of Mr. Masashi Kawasaki, the founder of the temple. The bronze statue disappeared at the Metals Collection Order of World War II and only the pedestal remains. As the owner of the land has changed, barbed wire is extended and it is not possible to go near, but it is possible to see from the mountain road comparatively easily.

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