A full-scale diorama that is reproduced by condensing the schematic diagram of Sekigahara battle on a vast site of about 10,000 tsubo. You can faithfully reproduce the flag and formation, and check the placement of each general. There is also a duplicate of the famous anecdote scene. And you can understand how the battle changed while walking around.
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Visitors pay attention to the back of Ieyasu Tokugawa
Creator of a strange place. Introducing Syouunn Asano
A modeling artist using Japanese concrete. His real name is Jiro Asano. Born in Sakamotomura, Ena-gun, Gifu Prefecture (now Nakatsugawa City) For 40 years from the early Showa era, he made countless concrete dolls. There are hundreds of statues about 2 meters in size, and there are many facilities that stand in the statues. He creates a diorama park with his unique style statues. His father was a craftsman who made dolls while farming. He also began making dolls under the influence of his father. However, we can not make large works with soil materials, so we try to make dolls with concrete, the latest material of that era. At the age of 33, he moved to Nagoya and drew a movie theater sign to make a living. At that time he made a unique production style of life-size concrete statues. Many of the works are open-air Buddha statues and war memorials, and it is debated whether he is a Buddhist or an artist. In general, he is treated as a concrete modeling artist.
Commentary flows from the front diorama. It is recommended to make a reservation as it is possible to listen to the lecture director's lecture for free if it is convenient.
It is a handmade panel display. About postwar productivity changes, reward changes, and local history. The original contents by the director of the museum are written.
Sekigahara war picture folding screen
It is the battle situation of the afternoon when defeat was decided by the battle of Sekigahara. The figure of the army of Ii party pursuing the Shimazu Corps of the West army is drawn.
No More Sekigahara
Why is there an image of Takeda Shingen not participating in the Sekigahara battle? Frequently Asked Questions.
In fact, this Shingen statue is made as a ghost.
Twenty-seven years before the Battle of Sekigahara, Ieyasu Tokugawa lost the battle against Shingen Takeda in the "Mie Battle". However, Takeda Shingen died of illness. According to a theory, Tokugawa Yasuyasu reproduced the battle with Shingen before dying in Sekigahara. Mr. Taniguchi Tamaizumi told Shingen that "No More Sekigahara" should end the foolish war forever
Lecture by Mr. Nishimura, director of the museum
This is a feature of Mr. Nishimura, who is the director of our museum. It belongs to a museum since its inception, and it is a great celebrity to have many core fans visiting him from afar. I made a signboard, made a tie and put it on the wedding video. There is also a bus tour. Do you want to hear knowledge and speech techniques to help primary school children learn about history? If there is no advance commitment, we will guide you regardless of the number of people.
Where other Asano works can be seen
Five Colors Garden (Nisshin City, Aichi Prefecture)
The only religious theme park in Japan, built on the premises of Daianji Temple. More than 100 concrete monks and samurai doll groups.
Momotaro Shrine (Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture)
There is an unusual peach-shaped torii that matches the fairy tale. There is a stone that Momotaro's grandma was washing. There are many concrete statues on the premises.
Nakano-in temple grounds (Chita-gun, Aichi Prefecture)
The soldiers of the Nagoya 3rd Division Infantry Sixth Regiment, who were killed in the 1940s Operation on the Maritime Land. The bereaved was created based on the photo.