Nobeoka Castle Ruins Shiroyama Park, Nobeoka

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  • Shiroyama Park is essentially the foundation of the castle which was occupied by the Naito clan before the Meiji Restoration. When the Emperor returned to power, it was dismantled. There are a few sta...  more »
  • Stone wall as we walked through the gate called and killing thousands of people. Ishigaki Ishigaki basket and curve, what is probable. Views from the castle ruins was overlooking a beautiful natural landscape.
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  • Cascade hyakumeizan (百名山) Castle. Parking is available. Quite high and wide. Gimmicks and Ishigaki is thousands of people killed, so remove the rocks somewhere in the dash can kill thousands of people and want to be transmitted. Thousands of people had signs of the killing.
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  • The castle ruins monument, monument and statue. You may be in the Takigi Noh stage. Thousands of people killing wall, feel the most Gallant. I had had the Zoo back in time. I think in historic charm.
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  • Meijo bore the large allied army forces attack
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  • Cleaning is very beautiful.
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  • Picture of flowers story 2016. It was fantastic. The cherry trees were just a little bit.
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