Matsumoto-Castle

Matsumoto-jo is the Japanese castle which was in Matsumoto-shi, Nagano. Tenshu built in an early stage in the Edo Period from the last years in Azuchi-Momoyama Period is designated as national treasure, and a ruin of a castle is designated as a national ruin.

5 buildings compound connection centering on large Tenshu which is about 30 m of 6th floor for 5 layers where it’s here. Black and a white contrast are conspicuous in the mountains in the Alps and are an excellent view. The middle of April wrap itself up in a cherry tree, Ogasawara button blooms in front of Tsukimi-yagura at the beginning of May.

Address: Marunouchi 4-1, Matsumoto-shi, Nagano (GoogleMap)

Matsumoto-Castle

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Matsumoto Castle 36.238592, 137.970021 Matsumoto Castle

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