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Nagoya Omotenashi Bushotai is comprised of 6 bushos (army generals) and 4 jingasa soldiers. The 6 bushos are; Nobunaga Oda, Hideyoshi Toyotomi, Ieyasu Tokugawa, Toshiie Maeda, Kiyomasa Kato, and Keiji Maeda. Nagoya Omotenashi Bushotai members talk...more
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1-1 Hommaru, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-0031, Aichi Prefecture
This is not the old building. It was burnt in the air raid during the Second World War and after the war the current one was rebuilt mainly with steel and concrete. But still it is beautiful and the view from the top is wonderful....More
We arrived at a time when the major parts of the castle was undergoing renovations :(
Although we ended up looking at the exterior gardens and sceneries mostly, it was most pleasant and enjoyable thanks largely to the great weather we had that day.
The Nagoya Castle was an impressive building, unfortunately there is a lot of construction work being done around the wall supporting the castle so you get plenty of scaffolding in your photos and the castle is closed.
The gardens and surrounds are no where as...More
I admire it's fortification.
An awe-inspiring combination of..
I wasn't able to watch the play but manage to see the artists/characters in their custumes as they march around the castle after the play.
Hope to see the play in my next visit.
the first time i went was in the spring and the sakura were blooming and it was very beautiful. i saw a couple doing a photoshoot with their tiny dog, holding him up next to the flowers and it was a life changing experience. at...More
The castle was destroyed during WWII and its rooms and painted screens have been remade based upon the original. It is one of the best, if not the best, reconstructed environment I've seen in Japan. Do not confound the castle (a low wooden building, residence...More
I enjoyed visiting the castle before walking over to the Sumo stadium. I nearly didn’t include the castle because I read it was closed but you can still view the Honmachi where you can view some stunning rooms which contain beautiful paintings on the walls...More
yes, I even found our souvenir brochure and ticket!! Adults 500y, then reductions for groups and yearly passes- open 9am- 4.30pm ....the souvenir brochure I have is in English, and also details parking, public transport... More
yes, I even found our souvenir brochure and ticket!! Adults 500y, then reductions for groups and yearly passes- open 9am- 4.30pm ....the souvenir brochure I have is in English, and also details parking, public transport, and a full map of the castle, if you need any other information
Do you mean Chitahanda? If so, then using public transport you can take the Meitetsu line from Chitahanda station to Kanayama station, then transfer to the Meijo subway (purple) line going clockwise and get off at... More
Do you mean Chitahanda? If so, then using public transport you can take the Meitetsu line from Chitahanda station to Kanayama station, then transfer to the Meijo subway (purple) line going clockwise and get off at Shiyakusho station. The station is literally right next to the Castle.