In 1847, Azumao Sakura lived in the grounds of the Ikasuri Jinja Shrine thanks to the gratitude of the Shinto priest there. As a result of the Sakuradamon Incident in March 1860, he was incarcerated because he protected the ringleader, and died in prison at the age of 50.
The Site of Azumao Sakura's Residence
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