Arisugawa Park (WM1DK5)
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Prince Arisugawa Memorial Park is a park in Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo.

It was a bottom mansion of the Mutsu Morioka-han at the Edo period.
It became his garden in 1896(Meiji 29-nen),and his mother's dwelling was prepared.
In 1923(Taisho 12-nen),Takamatsu-miya family has inherited the garden after Arisugawa family died out.

1934(showa 9-nen),this land bestowed by Takamatsu-miya family to Tokyo-shi* and it was opened to the public.
(*Tokyo was a small unit with smaller population than now.)

The management was transferred to Minato-ku from Tokyo-to,
and it became a ward-facilities park 1975(Showa 50-nen).

It is the precious place secured in the Tokyo.

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