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Jinpukaku Mansion was built by Nakahiro Ikeda and designed architect Katayama Tokuma. The building was completed in 1907. Jinpukaku resembles the Nara National Museum and Akasaka Palace as all were designed by the same architect. Jinpukaku was built below the ruins of Tottori Castle which had long been under the control of the Ikeda clan and nearby Kozenji, the temple of the Ikedas.
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Jinpukaku Mansion was built by Nakahiro Ikeda and designed architect Katayama Tokuma.  The building was completed in 1907.  Jinpukaku resembles the Nara National Museum and Akasaka Palace as all were designed by the same architect.  Jinpukaku was built below the ruins of Tottori Castle which had long been under the control of the Ikeda clan and nearby Kozenji,  the temple of the Ikedas.