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A great ruin, Matsusaka Castle’s ishigaki (stone walls) ensconce many baileys and reach impressive heights. Though structures are almost all gone, the site is still worth visiting to see these mighty ruins.
Matsusakajō was built by Gamō Ujisato in 1588 when he decided to...More
We Japanese associate the name of Matsuzaka with Matsuzaka beef.
On the other hand, most of us don't even know there used to be a castle in Matsuzaka.
Unfortunately the castle itself was toppled by typhoon, so all that was left was stone walls.
We drove around the ruins and finally found the only public carpark nearby. It was packed and waited a while to get a lot. Eventually found out that this carpark mainly serves the hospital next door which explained it being so full. Unfortunately, the ruins...More
【Matsusaka beef is not enough】
Between Kansai International Airport and Central Japan International Airport, Mie Prefecture is located in the middle of Japan. it is the eastern block of the Kii Peninsula. east and west of the Peninsula are linked by railway and national highway....More