Saga Prefectural Nagoya Castle Museum, Karatsu
(2.1/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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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  • 可以看到當地出土的一些用具跟當時在這邊的大名分配, 當然還有就在旁邊戶外展示的陣屋跡。 這一帶連公車站名都沿用大名陣地的名字, 有時光想這些布陣跟分配就很有趣了。 
  • Before going to tour Nagoya Castle, here, always borrowing go tablet. You can feel the Castle at that time through the Tablet, it is very interesting. You can feel the romance. I am amazed at the greatness of so far gathered a splendid Castle and the famous sengoku daimyo Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Unaided and ended up just walking. Is mixed with the words of Korean people who were invaded in some places for the Museum is nice, but development was delayed due to huge losses was such a terrible thing, just received the invaders, such as the left-leaning children old enough to take notice.
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  • Here rare in facilities like this existed only a few decades, this museum is ready and capable of completing certain story I think. I think it will be environmentally friendly as well as a mainland invasion of the Toyotomi regime era, era of transition and flow up to the present day exhibition commentary. I think it is worth observing the holiday parking is crowded, but. If you go to the Nagoya Castle, to come here and go with the tablet.
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