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Ruins Yamanaka Castle, Mishima

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Ruins Yamanaka Castle is located in Mishima. Take a look at our Mishima tour planner to schedule your visit to Ruins Yamanaka Castle and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Between Mishima and along the National Highway No. 1 line Hakone tourist attractions (Park). It is separated from the mountains of Hakone, contested at Hojo and Toyotomi by battlefield. Here was important in the meaning as the bastion of the East-West Road, on the East side of the mountains of Hakone Odawara Castle and its so. Historical background aside, the Park also bloom flowers, such as azalea or Assisi, spring and early summer flowers, can be watched. Weather permitting, the West looks Mt. Fuji. To take a walk with your family, what exactly is a good location.
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  • Has become a distinctive shape gimmicks prevent enemy Castle without leaving a trace, using trenches and Lookout, terrain, and very interesting. Partly because Western foot of Hakone, a moderate up-down, and Mishima, firmly established as ideal for hiking. Also, from Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay, the view is spectacular!
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  • Japan 100 of one. The Castle and take advantage of the terrain, stone walls, made of moats and earthworks. In order to realize the structure of furrow dug or sliding trench winter weedless is recommended. Drinking up the Castle and fortress even families with children, the view from the lookout deck of the West circle is a rarity.
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