This is a piece of furniture that Nobumasa Matsuura Kawachi, the lord of the former Kogai Village, dedicated to Ryuzo-ji Temple, the family temple of Kogai Village, in 1757.

The bell is 121.4cm high, 68.5cm in diameter and has Braille characters in four places in the center.

Matsuura no Kane Katsushika

Matsuura no Kane Information

NameMatsuura’s Bell
(Matsuura no Kane)
Closedwithout a holiday
Address5-5 Higashikanemachi, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo

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