宇津ノ谷峠(藤枝側)

Hige Daimoku-hi (Bearded Subject Monument)

This stone monument is on the roadside of Tokaido Utsunoya Pass (on the Fujieda side). While the precise year of its original construction is unknown, there is an inscription on the back saying that it was rebuilt in 1835. On the side, it is engraved with a prayer for the safety of passing people and horses, so it has been preserved as a reminder of the way Tokaido was long ago.

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name
Hige Daimoku-hi (Bearded Subject Monument)
Genre
Attractions Landscape
Area
宇津ノ谷峠(藤枝側)
address
Okabe, Okabe-cho, Fujieda-shi, Shizuoka-ken
business hours
Free to visit
holiday
None
price
Free
Parking
Please use the Parking Lot of Tsuta no Hosomichi Park
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