Kodokan, in Mito Ibaraki Prefecture, was the largest and one of the most famous schools in Japan at the time. Tokugawa Nariaki established Kodokan in 1841 as a school for Mito clan, where students learned both military arts and academics including medicine and astronomy. The main gate, the main hall Read more [...]
Ibaraki Prefecture Landmarks
Guide to Ibaraki Prefecture landmarks which includes significant buildings, bridges, statues, intersections and structures in Ibaraki Prefecture.
Kobuntei is a historic three-story wooden building in Kairakuen Mito. Tokugawa Nariaki ordered the construction of Kobuntei as a location to host parties for writers, artists and residents of his domain.