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Castles in Japan

We are investigating and introducing castles in various parts of Japan. The castles were built as fortresses of the Warring States era and as strategic bases. We will post popular castles in Japan.

Castles in Japan

Himeji City | Himeji Castle official homepage (Himeji Castle big picture book)

Hyogo ken Himeji city

National Treasure Matsumoto Castle

Matsumoto-shi, Nagano Prefecture
It is the castle of Japan's oldest national treasure among the existing five-sixth Tenshu tower.

Osaka Castle castle tower

Osaka-shi, Osaka

National historic site "Takeda castle ruins official homepage" Asago-shi

Asago-shi Hyogo prefecture

Odawara Castel

Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture

Gifu Castle / Tourism Convention Division / Gifu City Official Website

Gifu-shi, Gifu Prefecture

Matsuyama Castle

Matsuyama-shi Ehime Prefecture

Bichu Matsuyama Castle

Takahashi City, Okayama Prefecture

Nijo castle World Heritage ・ Former shrine Nijo Castle - Kyoto City

Kyoto-shi, Kyoto Prefecture

【Official】 Kumamoto Castle - Kumamoto City sightseeing guide

Kumamoto-shi, Kumamoto Prefecture

National Treasures Inuyama Castle

Inuyama-shi, Aichi Prefecture

National Treasure Matsue Castle homepage

Matsue city, Shimane prefecture

Hikone castle - Hikone tour guide: public interest corporation Hikone Tourist Association

Hikone city, Shiga prefecture

Okinawa's World Heritage Nakagusuku Castle Ruins official website

Kitanakagusuku-son Nakagami-gun, Okinawa Prefecture

Edo Castle

Chiyoda ward, Tokyo
You can see its appearance at the Imperial Palace and its surroundings.

Ueda Castle / Ueda Castle Ruins Park

Ueda City, Nagano Prefecture
Ueda Castle built by Masayuki Sanada is known as an impregnable castle that repulsed the Tokugawa army twice in the first and second Ueda battles.

Nagoya Castle Official Website

Aichi Prefecture, Nagoya City

Hirosaki castle

Address: Shimoshiroganecho 1,Hirosaki, Aomori
The only extant castle tower in Tohoku.

Kochi Castle| Official Website

Kochi, Kochi Prefecture

Okayama Castle - Jetty castle casting on the river - Okayama sightseeing convention association

Okayama-shi, Okayama-ken

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