A painting of Oguri Tadamasa displayed in the Tozenji Temple in Gonda Village, Gunma Prefecture; it seems to be inspired by the historic photography of the three plenipotentiary members of the Japanese embassy to the United States in 1860
Historic photo of students enrolled at the Collège Franco-Japonais, founded by Oguri Tadamasa in Yokohama. His adopted son Mataichi attended the school. Displayed at the small museum at Tozenji in Gonda, Gunma Prefecture.
Oguri Tadamasa was a controversial Tokugawa bureaucrat whose efforts contributed to the modernisation of Japan at the end of the shogunate and the beginning of the Meiji Period and whose insistent calls for resistance against the forces of Satsuma and Choshu would cost him his life.