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The ruins of Nihonmatsu Castle, Nihonmatsu

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  • From JR nihonmatsu Castle walk 20 minutes. Go through the residential area is great. Nihonmatsu boys image is arrived at the entrance of the Castle, first of all in the eyes. And minowa gate flanked by splendid stone wall. Dive into the splendid gate, inside. Expansive grounds spread out from there. While looking at ponds and waterfalls, kasamatsu, where mind-Tei (prefecture building) towards the Castle proper mark. Also rise. Mountain climbing feels a little. And moats remains only a stone wall, on top of a mountain and 360-degree views over the spectacular! Anyway the entire castle is wider than you think. Imagine that is worthy of the Castle at that time. Visit plenty of time served to go should.
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  • I got a red Chrysanthemum leaves and coupled with the expected rained, but Maple and Maple of good photos.
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  • I went not because it is essentially free of autumnal posters to go look, but at the same time held the Chrysanthemum exhibition, Enka jarring or folk songs and swept all the time, but had to pay for of the Chrysanthemum exhibition.
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