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Nobunagano Yakata, Omihachiman

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  • In the ruins of Azuchi Castle omihachiman Nobunaga was built by the wife and eclipsed while simmering by two people. The ruins, nothing was as climb stairs. Run 15 minutes climbing down out of the gate, out of parking in the car and came "Nobunaga no yakata" Memorial Hall (charges apply). In this Museum, the castle was reproduced intact. Quite the gotae. Pukka as that seems to be reproduced.
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  • Advanced is to the left, out of the gate of Azuchi station underpass. It is 3 minutes ' walk from station. Admission fee: 200 yen for adults; Never restored the Castle, Azuchi Castle was burned in the honnoji Temple of confusion and then until now. However, Castle will be restored on a 1 / 20 scale, are exhibited. Appearance is gorgeous, gold-leaf folding screen inside, brilliant design, such as white, black, red. Snacks include a cafe and souvenir shop. And Japan 100 Castle stamps Azuchi Castle, kannonji Castle is available on a double.
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  • I built originally of Azuchi Castle is a slightly different place. It's Tinseltown. Parking there. It is gorgeous.
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