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Ruins of Matsusaka Castle, Matsusaka
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  • Here as a stone wall by using natural stone in OMI (now Shiga Prefecture) cheap large crowd (anoushuu) during the Azuchi-Momoyama period [style (staircase tsumi)] while remaining in the near-complete form, and can watch the famous and learned after the visitors Matsusaka castle ruins is during the Edo period stone wall repair time was adopted [loading rods (kinsan ginsan Natsumi), piling stone on stone in the shape of the corner stone of a beautiful for] even so it could watch stone wall watching fans that the solution of both recommended. [Loading rods] where we taught 1 example can watch [gate] from [Bell-Tower ruins] can watch in "table 2 Yoshiyuki monzeki (aka: sukezaemon control gate mark)", go in the direction it was. Also here, the two circles on the ruins of the "distribution deals water monument" is a viewpoint of watching "Castle Banya litter" per.
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  • A great ruin, Matsusaka Castle’s ishigaki (stone walls) ensconce many baileys and reach impressive heights. Though structures are almost all gone, the site is still worth visiting to see these mighty ...  more »
  • Not to say anything you want built a castle, but nothing is too, too. I feel that only the stone walls and on the land. To spend a little more, I'd entertained the history buff.
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