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It is a famous castle that warlords who are aiming to rise to power, most notably Oda Nobunaga, used as their base because of its strategic location. Rebuilt in 1989, the current castle tower is widely known as a symbol of Kiyosu City, along with the red bridge that spans along Gojo river. Inside the castle are exhibits about the history of Kiyosu City, the lives of samurai warlords including Oda Nobunaga, the castle's connections to Hideyoshi Toyotomi And Ieyasu Tokugawa, and many other things. In the 4th floor, visitors can enjoy the view of Kiyosu.
1-1 Asahi-Shiroyashiki, Kiyosu, Aichi
It is known as the castle that paved the way towards Nobunaga Oda’s rise to power.
A 15-minute walk from Nagoya Railway Shin-kiyosu Station/JR Kiyosu Station
5 minutes by car from Kiyosu-East Interchange via Nagoya-Daini-Kanjo Expressway
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