Gold Statue of Nobunaga Oda

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A Nobunaga statue coated with 3 layers of gold leaf at the plaza in front of JR Gifu Station. It was dedicated in 2009 by the Nobunaga Bronze Statue Contribution Association to commemorate the 120th anniversary of Gifu City's modern bureaucracy. The three-meter statue on an eight-meter pedestal can be seen from quite a distance. Gazing forward with a gun in his right hand and a battle helmet in the left, the statue's symbolic of Nobunaga always being at the cutting edge of his times. It's at the central area of the station's north exit, greeting all the visitors leaving Gifu Station.

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Gifu Gifu-shi Hashimotocho 1-100
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