Looking at the city wall outside, the entire Himeji Castle is full of the colors of the Japanese Warring States. Every link adds the wisdom and care of the craftsmen of the time.
Surrounded by the ditch city pool, the stone sarcophagus and the city wall are fixed to the castle. At the same time, there are stone plaques separated from the city walls in each city or area, and there are holes called narrow spaces on the walls for placing iron cannons and bows and arrows, so that foreign enemies cannot enter easily. The narrow
stone is steeply sloped. This feature is called a fan-shaped slope and the upper part is lifted outwards, making it difficult to climb. Gray tile white wall, in order to fire the exterior walls are all coated with white mortar.
Min Hua Emily