The current castle is a recent rebuild (about 50 years ago) and faithfully based on the last iteration of the castle.
Inside every floor is a museum you walk through and up until you reach the top floor. The history of the castle and the region/culture is told as you go up and down.
We visited on a rainy mid autumn day so the pictures weren`t like the postcard but conjured up images of what it may have been like when samurai controlled the castle/region. The views from the top floor across to the mountains shrouded in clouds with the late afternoon sun shining through were amazing.
There was a lot we didn`t have good look at due to the time/weather but found this place good value on all levels.
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