Takamura Kōun (高村 光雲?, March 8, 1852 – October 10, 1934) was a Japanese sculptor.
Born as Nakajima Kōzō, he created the bronze statue of Saigō Takamori, completed in 1898, which stands in Ueno Park in Tokyo. He is also the author of the statue of Kusunoki Masahide which stands in front of the Tokyo Imperial Palace.
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