Tenpogimin-Hi (Monument of Tenpo Righteous)

The monument was erected in the Meiji period (1868-1912) to mourn for farmers who launched a revolt against unreasonable kenchi (land survey) by the Edo shogunate government in 1842.
It is about 10 meters high, and it is said to be one of the most magnificent monuments of its kind to mourn for farmers who sacrificed themselves for justice.
When it was erected, wisteria trees were also planted.
Since then, the trees have bloomed brilliantly.