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Kakuzan Park (Tsuyama Castle), Tsuyama
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  • I was surprised at the first big first impression, very large castle ruins. Entrance fee is required to get inside. Staff and buildings have been restored, the castle is no longer, the life scenery of the Castle at that time. The stone wall to the castle is too complicated, I have not seen much in the making. I would like to come to also see the cherry blossoms in the spring, cherry blossoms in spring are very beautiful so of.
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  • Every year from the end of March, beginning of April fill the Castle Park cherry blossoms in full bloom. Views from the mountain overlooking the Castle nearby, the building is overwhelming in piles of stone and white cherry blossoms. Of course, climb to the Castle Park charm Cherry with stone wall look at the dramatic landscape is also different, both are impressive.
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  • Tsuyama Castle was built that was once a castle in kakuzan Mori, m. Park. Castle was demolished at the beginning of the Meiji era is also built bitchu Yagura Tower, for the time being, as a new trial. Find a different reassembled at any given time, there is a stone wall of the Castle and incorporated at that time state-of-the-art combination, etc., might be interesting.
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