Inuyama-Castle

Inuyama-jo is the Japanese castle which was in Inuyama-shi, Aichi. Only Tenshu exists at present and it’s built one of “existence Tenshu 12 castle” by the Edo Period.

Shiro who built Oda head of vulgar people Shinkou as the lord of castle in 1537. A donjon in the Japanese oldest is called an another name “Hakutei castle”, and is designated as national treasure.

Address: Kitakoken, Inuyama-shi, Aichi (GoogleMap)

http://inuyama-castle.jp

Inuyama-Castle

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