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The ruins of Nihonmatsu Castle, Nihonmatsu

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The ruins of Nihonmatsu Castle is located in Nihonmatsu. The ruins of Nihonmatsu Castle is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Nihonmatsu Edition.
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  • From the large free parking is parked from nihonmatsu station comes in quite large and climb is way worth the climb. It is a light trekking. Top, Castle ruins in 360 degree panoramas, if sunny Mt. adatara, of course, seen from ZAO.
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  • Spoon Taira stay out of nihonmatsu station by bus (25 minutes, ¥ 500) the Tourist Office on the campus of maps and trail partly double faced in pine Castle. We visit the nihonmatsu shrine located in short distance from the train station, but quite respectable in Lantern procession of the Festival is nationally famous seems too. Park goes down the road about 20 minutes on foot. While watching the stuff of popular sweet shop, the old photo gallery, Handel and Gretel's House like I went slowly. I think Park from inside the vast, so leisurely stroll plenty time to think. The garden is very well maintained and you can admire the majestic pine trees. And stone walls near the castle is not to be missed. Eating lunch, nihonmatsu station nearby. There are many closed stores Monday.
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  • This is the Castle where exactly were the last Samurai. One of its people with the Edo shogunate side including the choshu domain and upstart fight, had committed suicide. It is a very profound historical landmarks.
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