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Usuki Castle Ruin, Usuki

Categories: Castles, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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  • The Usuki Castle Ruin is one of the places in the Usuki walking map, but I find this a rather disappointing experience. If I were visiting some castle ruins, I would at least have expected to see the ...  read more »
  • If you pass. Just a beautiful view across the city. A beautiful temple, a beautiful piece of water with a pretty bridge and now the tour is done.
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  • 16 c by Otomo Sorin 'the Usuki Castle, Sekigahara battle since, by Yoshimi Inaba, the governance and construction develops. Low-elevation Plains adjacent to the coast of about 25 m fortress.  Shower mat oar Stirrups Hill climb slightly furuhashi mouth on the West side, even the demolition of the Castle by the annexed Regulations of abolition Castle remained in another castle ninomaru. Today, rainy evening, the cherry blossoms viewing. 5 minutes to bloom, Festival decorations and banners are an eyesore.  Castle looks to the City Castle, like can I get to the seemingly easy, historical value, now, is not so much feeling. But furuhashi is kinda funny. Itabashi was supported by nine stone pillars, long. In introduction of arch stone culture of the late 18th century, because in these short Itabashi.
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