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小山城 [吉田] Koyamajō (Yoshida)

Koyama Castle has some of the best preserved dry-moats I’ve seen at a Sengoku Period hilltop... read more

Reviewed November 13, 2016
ART196
Dry Moats and 1000-Year-Old Cycads

Koyama Castle is a nice place to visit, if you like Japanese Castle. For purely for historical... read more

Reviewed November 5, 2009
Taigaa
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Fujieda, Japan
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Apr 2, 2017
“NIIIIICE! Love it!”
Nov 13, 2016
“小山城 [吉田] Koyamajō (Yoshida)”
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2519-1, Kataoka, Yoshida-cho, Haibara-gun 421-0303, Shizuoka Prefecture
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Reviewed April 2, 2017

GO! it's beautiful and i only paid $2 to walk in the castle. So There are 2 entry ways to the castle. 1. big car park - you get to see the temple/house with the grave stones and its MAGICAL its beautiful, I loved it....More

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Reviewed November 13, 2016

Koyama Castle has some of the best preserved dry-moats I’ve seen at a Sengoku Period hilltop castle. The reconstructed tower at Koyamajō is a “symbolic” reconstruction, meaning basically that it is not historically accurate. However, precious archaeological remains can be seen at this site. There...More

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Reviewed September 10, 2016

I am currently visiting my grandfather who lives close to this castle. I ran from his house to this castle at around 6am so the museum inside wasn't open yet. I ran up the ramp, went up stairs and approached the watch tower building which...More

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Reviewed November 5, 2009

Koyama Castle is a nice place to visit, if you like Japanese Castle. For purely for historical viewpoint, five-storied keep has no historical grounds. There never was a keep. Ironically thanks to the tenshukaku-shaped observatory, you can see the dry moat structure very clearly. Another...More

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