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Shibaraku Statue

A copper statue of the 9th Danjuro Ichikawa(1838-1903), the famous kabuki actor. He is shown in the role depicting “Shibaraku”.

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A nice statue behind Sensoji Temple, it’s of a kabuki actor.

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