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Hagi Castle, Hagi

(4.1/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Located at the shigetsu mountain, facing the sea of Japan. Enjoy Japan Sea from the Castle are. Go to the Japan Sea shore shigetsu park adjacent to the Hagi Castle, seems to have become the place of recreation and relaxation for citizens. Many stone monuments. Is a Castle located to Castle is like.
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  • The explanations in the ruins of a castle "moved to Yamaguchi in 1863, began construction of Castle cagayahageme in 1604, 1608, 4 years after completed, piled up the Bill after the 13 generations, parents cope with Affairs very eventful of the Tokugawa shogunate. Then the building was demolished in 1874, and once had a 5-story donjon and so what a waste such as mood or something.
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  • Shigetsu mountain and Castle became integrated. I think shigetsu mountain form is impressive, go to Hagi must go. Can feel the atmosphere of those days, while walking with moats and stone walls remain today, but only in the mood. Standing on the castle ruins and the scenery from there. So far ticket sales, an elderly gentleman men with questions were carefully explained. The Hagi and made it seem like those who embodied the lovely color of the. Coupled with the impression of the ruins of Hagi Castle and the lovely impression remained.
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  • Castle hyakumeizan (百名山), Japan.
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