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Kokokuji Castle, Numazu

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Castle · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Kōkukuji Castle (興国寺城, Kōkukuji-jō) was a Sengoku period yamashiro-style Japanese castle located in the Negoya neighborhood of the city of Numazu, Shizuoka prefecture. The ruins have been protected as a National Historic Site since 1975.
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  • Hojo Hayaun flag-raising castle. The rule of Hirayama Has changed with Imagawa, Takeda, Hojo and Tokugawa. The large earthen wall next to the parking lot, the large sky moat of Honmaru and tenmoridai is good. The 100 famous castle stamps were ❗ to the Main Maru Shrine.
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