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Oishi Shrine in Ako, Hyogo Pref.
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兵庫県赤穂市の赤穂城内、大石内蔵助の屋敷跡にある大石神社の鳥居下で撮影したパノラマです。

参道の両側には、四十七士の石像が並んでいます。

討ち入りの後に出来たためさほど歴史は長くありませんが、明治天皇の命で創立された由緒ある神社です。

大石神社のWebサイトによると、四十七士の他、赤穂城城主、森蘭丸を含む武将が合祀されているそうです。

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送信日: 28/01/2012
更新日: 25/04/2014
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