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  • Hagi Castle

    Hagi Castle, also known as Shizuki Castle, is a flatland style Japanese Castle in the city of Hagi Yamaguchi Prefecture. While Hagi Castle was a flatland style castle, it was in many respects also a hilltop style castle as it had a turret part way up the mountain behind the castle and another on top read more

  • Iwakuni Castle

    Iwakuni Castle was a Japanese Castle in Iwakuni Yamaguchi Prefecture which was completed in 1608, only to be dismantled in 1615 as part of the Tokugawa Shogun ate order of “One Castle Per Province”. Today there is modern reconstruction of Iwakuni Castle.

  • Kaikyo Yume Tower

    Kaikyo Yume Tower is a 153m skyscraper with an observation deck in Shimonoseki in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Kaikyo Yume Tower is the tallest tower in western Japan and it dominates the skyline of Shimonoseki. In addition to the observation deck which provides excellent views of Shimonoseki and the Kanmon Strait, the Kaikyo Yume Tower contains a read more

  • Kikko Park

    Kikko Park is next to Nishiki River and next to the famous Kintai Bridge in Iwakuni Yamaguchi Prefecture on the land which used to be the residence of the Kikkawa family. Kikko is famous for its cherry blossom and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Kikko Park also houses the reconstruction read more

  • Kintai Bridge

    Kintai Bridge is a historic wooden bridge in the city of Iwakuni in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Kintai Bridge with its five wooden arches spans the Nishiki River to connect the base of Mt Yokoyama and Iwakuni Castle which is at the top of Mt Yokoyama to the main land. Kintai Bridge and Iwakuni Castle form part read more

  • Kinzan Kozanji Temple

    Kinzan Kozanji Temple is a Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect which is in Shimonoseki in Yamaguchi Prefecture. The Butsuden of Kinzan Kozanji Temple was completed in 1320 and is a designated National Treasure, features elements of Japanese and Chinese architecture in its design. The Butsuden’s architectural style is known as Zenshuyo (Zen style) and read more

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