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101105-0008 - Kanmangafuchi

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Nikko Meiji 1890s Nobukuni Enami
Hyaku-jizo (百地蔵), literally “Hundred Jizo” at Kanmangafuchi (憾満ガ淵) in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture. The Jizo statues are believed to protect travelers and children. Some of the statues were washed away during a flood in 1902 (Meiji 35).
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