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  1. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle was built in 1575-76 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the village then called Kunitomo, later renamed Nagahama. The castle was later demolished and partly used in the construction of Hikone castle. The current ferroconcrete castle has been reconstructed in 1983.
  2. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle was built in 1575-76 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the village then called Kunitomo, later renamed Nagahama. The castle was later demolished and partly used in the construction of Hikone castle. The current ferroconcrete castle has been reconstructed in 1983.
  3. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle was built in 1575-76 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the village then called Kunitomo, later renamed Nagahama. The castle was later demolished and partly used in the construction of Hikone castle. The current ferroconcrete castle has been reconstructed in 1983.
  4. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle was built in 1575-76 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the village then called Kunitomo, later renamed Nagahama. The castle was later demolished and partly used in the construction of Hikone castle. The current ferroconcrete castle has been reconstructed in 1983.
  5. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    View from Nagahama Castle onto Lake biwa
  6. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    Armour (probably from the Ikeda family) on display at Nagahama Castle
  7. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle was built in 1575-76 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the village then called Kunitomo, later renamed Nagahama. The castle was later demolished and partly used in the construction of Hikone castle. The current ferroconcrete castle has been reconstructed in 1983.
  8. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle was built in 1575-76 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the village then called Kunitomo, later renamed Nagahama. The castle was later demolished and partly used in the construction of Hikone castle. The current ferroconcrete castle has been reconstructed in 1983.
  9. Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle

    Nagahama Castle was built in 1575-76 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the village then called Kunitomo, later renamed Nagahama. The castle was later demolished and partly used in the construction of Hikone castle. The current ferroconcrete castle has been reconstructed in 1983.
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