The site of Onagigawa River Gohonmatsu (historical site) onagigawagohommatsuato

The site of Onagigawa River Gohonmatsu (historical site)

Famous spot of pine trace which was drawn to ukiyoe print

There is good Oimatu of form that put branch on mansion of the Kukis of Onagigawa River northern coast in the Edo era and it becomes famous and is described in Hiroshige because Yoshimune Tokugawa admired, and stop by ship, and "we do the upper part of a river and this river, and Basho leaves phrase of friend in haze month" for this place, too. This pine withered and died at the end of the Meiji era, but revived in the current ground in (1988) September in 1988.

Address 2-16, Sarue, Koutou-ku (Onagigawa River bridge abutment pier place)
Access Toei Shinjuku Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line "Sumiyoshi Station" Exit B1 3-minute walk

Sightseeing theme that this spot is included in