Mutsumori Yoshiyuki is replica of Katana used by famous samurai "Ryoma Sakamoto" at late Edo period. He was The "Director" of the unification of Japan.
At the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate, when there were numerous fights between the royalists and the establishment, he sketched out the plot of the next new age from the viewpoint that Japan should be unified.
He contributed greatly to the formation of the alliance between the Satsuma clan and the Choshu in 1866, and formed a trading company, "Kaientai," insisting on the importance of seeing the world and trading.
But he, with his fellow Nakaoka Shintaro, was assassinated in the inn Omiya in Kyoto in 1867.
There are two bronze statues of Sakamoto and Nakaoka erected in this graveyard