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Mito Castle Remains, Mito

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  • The highlight of Mitojō ruins is an original remaining structure, Yakuimon, the gate to the honmaru, now located infront of a highschool. The are some other reconstructed smaller gates at roadsides...  more »
  • North, sandwiched between Senba Lake Naka River, South Japan's largest soil making Castle a castle guarded by strong, with large earthworks on the plateau of josai ruminating in the low 5-moat, East of Hori of Mie Japan hyakumeizan (百名山)  Source is derived from the hotel was built by the hands of Mr. Baba in the early Kamakura period from the Heian Era end, along with the later sealed in the hands of Edo's, and satake went through in 1609, Tokugawa yorifusa Mito Mito Tokugawa clan Castle I actually had a project of building a stone wall is built actually did koumon Castle
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  • Karahori kuinji only as ruins, every fold of the Castle and separated the karahori, walking around the Castle feel the difference between the high and low, feel the atmosphere of the Castle?? I was under construction near gate will be rebuilt, but it seems can splendid.
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