Castles in Japan
Publisher: Board of Tourist Industry, Japanese Government Railways in [Tokyo]
Written in English
Colored illustration mounted on cover.
|Statement||by Prof. N. Ōrui, D. LITT., and Prof. M. Toba.|
|Series||Tourist library., 9|
|Contributions||Toba, M., joint author., Japan. Kokusai Kankōkyoku.|
|LC Classifications||NA1550 .O75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. incl. illus. (incl. map, plan) plates.|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||37006914|
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Castles of Japan — Do you know Japan. One of Japan's most famous castles, Osaka has a five-story exterior and an eight-story interior. It was built atop a tall stone foundation to protect its occupants from attackers during the 16th.
"The castles in this book are the most intact or important castles that remain today. However, it is possible to still find the remains of hundreds of castles throughout Japan." Who originally.
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Although we normally associate castles with European history, it's actually an architectural form found around the world -- in nations as .