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Gujo Hachiman Castle
Gujo Hachiman Castle is said to be the most beautiful castle in Japan. In 1871, following the abolition of feudal domains, the castle was abandoned and everything, except for the stone walls, was demolished. It was later rebuilt in 1933 and has been designated as a Important Cultural Property by the town for being the oldest reconstructed wooden castle tower in Japan. The castle tower offers a panoramic view of the castle town. It is also a popular place for a stroll as visitors can enjoy the natural scenery which changes with the seasons throughout the year.
Ichinohira, Yanagi, Hachiman, Gujo, Gifu
Adults (16 years and over): ¥310 Child (6 - 15 years old): ¥150
January to February: 9:00 - 16:30 March to May: 9:00 - 17:00 June to August: 8:00 - 18:00 September to October: 9:00 - 17:00 November to December: 9:00 - 16:30
December 20 to January 10 *The castle may close temporarily due to certain circumstances like heavy snow
Also known for its autumn foliage. It holds the Momiji-Matsuri (Autumn Leaves Festival) every year in November with a special light-up at night.
10 minutes Gujo-Hachiman Station on Nagaragawa Railway.
10 minutes from Gujo-Hachiman IC on Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway.
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