Fukuyama Castle, Fukuyama

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Visit Fukuyama Castle, one of the greatest castles of the Edo Period. Originally built in the early 17th century, this six-story castle was rebuilt in 1966 because it was mostly destroyed by air raids during World War II. The castle was once surrounded by a double moat, but unfortunately today that has been replaced by pavement. While the castle housed many notable families throughout its history, it now serves as a museum. It's worthwhile to hire a local guide when visiting the museum in order to learn about the significance of different exhibits. Put Fukuyama Castle on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Fukuyama holiday planner.
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  • August 14, 2017
    Complex Castle castle of Tokugawa Ieyasu's cousin Mizuno katsunari bingo 100000 stone Manor, built in the 5-6 floors basement with double floor with tower to another is that typical remains ripe for Edo Castle in Japan. Fushimi-Yagura and sujigane are both important cultural assets in the country; And the Japan hyakumeizan (百名山) Castle. Here is adjacent to Fukuyama station, Fukuyama Castle grounds was in the station. Good look castle when you get off trains.
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  • July 22, 2017
    Fukuyama city in Fu bian next to fire station, near the natural history museum, Art Museum, is worth a look. Fukuyama Castle little game will not be large, but Fukuyama in the future, this is a must to view point.
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  • July 19, 2017
    To enter the Castle away from the station, but there are a few stairs. When the heat without shade on the outside of the Castle, it's hot, and is interesting, and red rock cliffs in front of is in an air raid.
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Where to stay in Fukuyama

You can find a number of three- and four-star hotels concentrated around the main train station in Fukuyama, boasting easy access to local attractions and day-trip connections. You can get a simple, private room near the city center, many of which come with complimentary breakfast or even a quality onsite restaurant. Venture further away from downtown and you can opt to stay at a traditional "onsen" or spa resort.
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