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Articles and travel guides on famous and not so famous destinations in the Chūgoku Region (中国地方 Chūgoku-chihō): Hiroshima, Okayama, Shimane, Tottori and Yamaguchi
Ueshi Castle (羽衣石城) was constructed in 1366 in Hōki Province (伯耆国 Hōki no kuni, modern-day western Tottori Prefecture) and was the seat of the...
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Tsuzurao Castle (防己尾城 Tsuzurao-jō) is located on the Western shore of Lake Koyama in modern-day Tottori City. It was constructed in 1579 by...
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Tenjinyama Castle was a stronghold of the Inaba Yamana clan. It was also known as Fuse-Tenjinyama Castle (布勢天神山城 Fuse-tenjinyamajō). The notion...
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The ruins of Wakasa-Oniga Castle (若桜鬼ヶ城 Wakasa Onigajō) are located in Wakasa Town, Yazu District, Tottori Prefecture. The castle sits on top...
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Kageishi Castle (景石城 Kageishi-jō) was located in former Inaba Province near the post station of Mochigase-shuku (用瀬宿) along Inaba Kaidō (因幡街道) at...
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Kawahara Castle (河原城 Kawahara-jō) is a hilltop castle located in the former town of Kawahara-machi about 10 kilometres south of Tottori City at...
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Futagamiyama Castle (二上山城 Futagamiyama-jō) is located in Iwami Town in Tottori Prefecture. It was a fortress constructed by Yamana Tokiuji (山名時氏)...
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The Chūgoku Region (中国地方 Chūgoku-chihō) comprises the prefectures of Kintai Bridge (錦帯橋) in Iwakuni Yamaguchi-ken[/SIZE] Iwakuni: Kintai-kyō...
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