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Nagoya Castle
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Historic Town
Also known as Kinjo, Nagoya Castle is a landmark of Nagoya which joins Osaka Castle and Kumamoto Castle as one of the "Three Famous Castles" in Japan. Visitors can take an elevator up to the top floor of the main keep for views over the surrounding streets. In addition to a large variety of historical relics, the castle also features a large number of models, scenes, and games to entertain visitors.
Inuyama Castle
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Kitakoken-65-2 Inuyama, Aichi Prefecture 484-0082
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Haritsuna Shrine
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65-1 Kitakoken, Inuyama, Inuyama 484-0081, Aichi Prefecture

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There are two shrines under the Inuyama Castle, one is the Sanko Inari Shrine, and the other is the Seiko Shrine. From these two shrines, it is the gate of Inuyama Castle.
Inari Shrine has a long row of red bird houses, much more beautiful than the needle net shrine next door. Secretly telling you, Sanguang Inari Shrine has a money laundering shrine in front of the Tori, and you can wash your own coins with spring water. It is said that the money washed in the shrine spring water will double the money. Many Japanese people go to the special money laundering shrine to launder money for a good sign. It is quite superstitious to see Japanese people like this.
The castle tower in Inuyama Castle is one of the twelve ancient celestial guards in Japan, and the style is the oldest. It is also known as "the four national treasures of Japan" with Kushiro Castle, Matsumoto Castle and Hikone Castle. Although not as gorgeous as some of the castles of later generations, there is no such excitement as the Nagoya Castle in Osaka, but the quaint stone sarcophagi, the pillars and the steep steps all give a heavy sense of history. Take off your shoes at the door, the corridor inside is narrow and narrow, only to the platform of each floor, it is wide. Climb to the penultimate floor with photos and maps of 47 famous cities in Japan. On the Internet, it is the top floor. There is a wooden floor on the outside of the top floor that allows you to go out and enjoy the scenery. But, however. . . The fence is super short and there is no protection. The wind is a little bigger. It is so scary to blow people. Slowly stick to the wall and relax, only to see the vast scenery outside. Kisokawa, Dasan, and the high-rise modern buildings of Nagoya in the distance are vividly in sight.
Posted: Mar 19, 2019
The temple is built on the mountainside, you can climb the stairs, you can also wait for the "elevator" on one side.
"Elevator" No one collects money, but the pilgrim who enjoys this service will give some money equivalent to offering, usually 200 yen one way, many elderly people with inconvenient legs will sit here. The road to walk up the mountain is also called the Seven Fortunes. The Seven Deities of Good Fortune belong to the Japanese religion. The Seven Deities of Good Fortune includes six goddesses, a goddess from different religious factions such as Shintoism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Brahmanism. At the beginning of the first month, Japan has a custom of worshipping the Seven Deities of God and paying homage to the Seven Deities of God. Many designs of traditional Japanese goods are related to the Seven Lucky Gods. Before signing in the Kyoto temple, the sign is also a different statue of the Seven Lucky. While climbing the mountain, I climbed to the temple and suddenly became more cheerful.
Half-mountain Lonely Light House has created a large space, there are shrines that pray for marriage, there is also a temple of the Silent Light, and there is a lookout. Walking from the Lianguangyuan to the mountains, it is the East China Sea Trail, and many Japanese people come here to hike with equipment. Our route is to go to "Nagoya-Inuyama Tour Park Station" and return to "Inuyama Station - Nagoya". Only one stop, the fare is 50 yen: 600 yen for the trip and 550 yen for the return trip.
Posted: Mar 19, 2019