Chosokabe Motochika 1539-1599 was a crude warlord who got control of most of Shikoku in the midst of the "Sengoku" or Warring States period from late fifteenth to late sixteenth many years. Distinctive events are held for his fans and history buffs for two days in mid-May every year, for instance, a gun wearing troop display and a samurai parade. The Kochi Prefectural Museum of History, a setting for the yearly events, stays on the Okoyama incline where Motochika's castle was found. A presence evaluate statue of the warlord stays before the display, filling in as a photo spot. There is also the acclaimed Wakamiya Hachimangu, a Shinto sacred place where Motochika entreated before pulling back for battlefronts. At a nearby stop, there is a statue indicating his first flight for a bleeding edge. The dynamic sort of the statue is pervasive as its overlooked arm sticks adequately toward the ground on which a photo of Shikoku, which he would get control of, is drawn.