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Statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu, Statue of Takechiyo
statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu & statue of Takechiyogimi  

The statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu and Takechiyo (Ieyasu’s childhood name) is located within the JR Shizuoka Station North Exit plaza.
Ieyasu spent his childhood years, and a few years before moving to Edo as a hostage, as well as his final years as a retired shogun at Sumpu castle.
The Takechiyo statue is Ieyasu’s representation at ages between eight and nineteen, as a hostage under the Imagawa family.
The Tokugawa Ieyasu statue is a statue of his prime years, when he ruled the five countries of Mikawa, Totoumi, Suruga, Kai, and Shinano.
The imposing statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu is known as a commemorative photo location.

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Statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu
Statue of Takechiyo
The statue captures the moment a history-changing decision was made after overcoming difficult situations in numerous battles.
It is holding its hands, trying to encourage itself to work hard in an foreign land.
Address #420-0851  JR Shizuoka Station North Exit plaza
Transportation 3 minutes by foot from JR Shizuoka Station North Exit
15 minutes by car from Tomei Expressway Shizuoka Interchange


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