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  1. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    Ni-no-mon (the second gate) of Hashizume-mon.
  2. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    The moat as seen from Hashizume-mon. The yagura of Ishikawa-mon is visible in the background.
  3. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    The reconstructed Hashizume-mon and the Hashizumemon Tsuzuki-yagura. The gate was built after the fire in 1631 as the front gate of second bailey (ni-no-maru). It is a so-called Masugata gate that consists of an ichi-no-mon (first gate), a masugata (a square space) and a ni-no-mon (second gate)...
  4. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    Kahoku-mon at the third bailey (san-no-maru)
  5. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    Gojikken-nagaya with the Hashizumemon Tsuzuki-yagura (left) and the Hishi-yagura (right) as seen from the third bailey (san-no-maru) adjacent to Ishikawa-mon.
  6. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    The inner court (masugata) and the second gate (ni-no-maru) of Ishikawa-mon.
  7. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    Southern yagura (turret) at Ishikawa-mon.
  8. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    The outer gate of Ishikawa-mon. Kanazawa Castle Park was once the site of the Kanazawa Mido temple fortress established by the Kaga Ikki and the seat of Sakuma Morimasa (佐久間守正, 1554-1583), a retainer of Oda Nobunaga who was later captured by his rival Toyotomi Hideyoshi and beheaded. After the...
  9. Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle

    Kanazawa Castle (金沢城 Kanazawa-jō) was the seat of the powerful Maeda clan who ruled the Kaga Domain for fourteen generations from 1583 until the end of the Edo Period.
  10. Kanazawa Castle Park

    Castle Kanazawa Castle Park

    Kanazawa Castle Park is located next to Kenroku-en. Originally, Kenroku-en was an outlying garden of the castle before it was opened to the public in 1871. Kanazawa Castle (金沢城 Kanazawa-jō) was the seat of the powerful Maeda clan who ruled the Kaga Domain for fourteen generations from 1583 until...
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    Kenrokuen Garden 2018-09-10

    A downloadable map of Kenroku-en Garden and Kanazawa Castle Park in Kanazawa City, Ichikawa Prefecture
  12. Kenrokuen Garden

    Travel Kenrokuen Garden

    Kenroku-en (兼六園, "The Garden of the Six Attributes") is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan, along with Kairaku-en in Mito and Kōraku-en in Okayama. Kenroku-en is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, and was founded in the early 17th century the Maeda clan who ruled the Kaga Domain...
  13. Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en (兼六園) is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan. it is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture and was founded by the Maeda clan in 1620.
  14. Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en (兼六園) is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan. it is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture and was founded by the Maeda clan in 1620.
  15. Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en (兼六園) is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan. it is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture and was founded by the Maeda clan in 1620.
  16. Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en (兼六園) is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan. it is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture and was founded by the Maeda clan in 1620. Here, the famous Kotoji Toro, a two-legged stone lantern.
  17. Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en (兼六園) is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan. it is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture and was founded by the Maeda clan in 1620.
  18. Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en (兼六園) is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan. it is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture and was founded by the Maeda clan in 1620.
  19. Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en (兼六園) is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan. it is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture and was founded by the Maeda clan in 1620.
  20. Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en

    Kenroku-en (兼六園) is one of the three Great Gardens of Japan. It is located in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture and was founded by the Maeda clan in 1620.
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