Tottori Hanshu Ikedake Bosho in Tottori City is the graveyard of the Ikeda family, who served as feudal lords of Tottori, and the place has been registered as a national historical site. 78 graves stand here, including that of first-generation feudal lord Ikeda Mitsunaka, 11 successive generations of feudal lords, and their relatives. Encircling the graves are over 260 engraved hanging lanterns dedicated to the people who served the family. Ikedake Bosho is also surrounded by nature, and it is famous for its cherry blossoms in spring and changing colors in autumn.
Photograph provided by Tottori Pref.
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