Museum Saga Prefectural Nagoya Castle, Karatsu

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Saga Prefectural Nagoya Castle Museum opened in 1993 in Karatsu, Saga Prefecture, Japan, on the site of Nagoya Castle, built in 1591 as the base for Hideyoshi's invasions of Korea. It displays artefacts excavated from the castle site and other materials relating to three main themes: (1) the history of exchange between the Japanese archipelago and Korean peninsula; (2) the preservation of the Special Historic Site of Nagoya Castle; (3) cultural and academic exchange between Japan and Korea. The 2,000,000th visit was in August 2010.
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  • "Caramba why this is Nagoya Castle? "" No Nagoya Nagoya folly "" and only the ruins of Nagoya Castle. Here why Toyotomi Hideyoshi built a castle in this initiative? "?"Remains a scar around the Nago person Castle 10 k, was what built big houses Tokugawa Ieyasu and date Masamune and Sanada Masayuki, youei why I want such a thing? It's coming because it was.
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  • Most archives, museums have to pay for, but here's what and free! I would recommend. Bulletin has been put out, so you can buy. For history enthusiasts, worth looking at and.
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  • Hizen-Nagoya Castle, next to the Museum, which exhibited against a contact. Hizen-Nagoya Castle, Toyotomi Hideyoshi was raised for war and the Japanese. Especially the location with one-day South Korea-Karatsu is historically closely can see that. Especially impressive is that Japan does not want to say to the history during the Japanese occupation, show more objectively.
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