The tomb of Ieyasu that has regained its brilliance from 400 years ago.
National Treasure Kuno-zan Tosho-gu
Tokugawa Ieyasu was buried on the summit of Mt. Kunozan on the day of his death on April 17, 1616, and became a God of peace called Tosho Daigongen. Kuno-zan Tosho-gu was the first shrine dedicated to Ieyasu. The style of the building is called Gongen-zukuri. It is the shrine that became the origin of Tosho-gu located all over Japan. From here, Ieyasu must have watched the long and peaceful Edo period that continued for about 265 years.
At the Kuno-zan Tosho-gu Museum, you can see precious treasures and items that were used by Tokugawa Ieyasu during his lifetime. This is the clock that was given as a gift to Ieyasu by the Spanish king. It is in great condition for a clock over 400 years old.