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Sunfu Park
Japan

静岡県駿府公園内にある山田順策像のある広場です。

山田順策とは、元静岡市長で政治家、実業家、歯科医師でもあったそうです。
歯科医、自動車業、金融関係と多種の業績に貢献したと、Wikipediaには書かれていますね。
自分も石碑に書かれた以上の情報を知り得ませんが。。プラネットフォトにすると、いい被写体でした。

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Copyright: Tsuyoshi shimoyama
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Uploaded: 06/11/2012
Updated: 07/04/2014
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