Himeji Castle 姫路城
Description The large yaguramon gate on the left is the To-no-ichi Gate. The gate on the right is the Chi Gate and the yagura next to it is the Orimawari Yagura. Note that the To-no-ichi gate is not covered in plaster but is bare wood. It is said that this is the oldest gate in the castle and was moved here from the nearby Okishio Castle during Hideyoshi's time.
Historical Artifacts Chi Gate (munamon - Important Cultural Property) To no Ichi Gate (yagura gate - Important Cultural Property) To Yagura (1 level yagura - Important Cultural Property) To Yagura South Wall (wall - Important Cultural Property) Orimawari Yagura (2 level yagura - Important Cultural Property)
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撮影時間: 2009-11-15 12:58:56 JST
Himeji Castle Tenshu Hishi gate
tenshu tenshu and Nishinomaru bailey.
Kesho Yagura and connected yagura I Gate
Ro Gate Tenshu, Ha Gate, walls, stone walls
Ha Gate Ha Gate
Ro Yagura Ni Gate
main tenshu, Inui connected tenshu and Nishi connected tenshu. Ho Gate
Aburakabe Mizu Ni Gate
Mizu Go Gate. Tenshu
I and Ro Watariyagura Ha Watariyagura
He Gate Himeji9-t
To-no-ni Gate To-no-yon Gate
stone walls , Obi Yagura Bizen Gate and Orimawari Yagura
Ri Gate, Taiko Yagura Nu Gate
Ru Gate tenshu