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  • ... Toba-Fushimi]] in [[1868]], Shogunal troops burned many of the castle’s buildings while retreating from Imperial forces. A new tenshu (built of ferro-concret ...f the original Tokugawa turrets remain. There are several later Edo Period buildings there as well, including the Ote Yagura Mon, the gunpowder storehouse, and
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  • a loved one is surely emotionally painful for any person, regardless of historical period or cultural background, samurai lords at this time had such a surplu ... stay in the Capital, Ieyasu ordered the expansion of the Imperial Court's buildings and grounds and asked the western daimyo to sign a three-part document vowi
    43 KB (6,962 words) - 03:07, 22 September 2019
  • ...le destruction of the [[Meiji]] government, but over the years most of the buildings were taken down. During World War II, the main gatehouse was destroyed when ...amajiro]] built on a mountain 80 meters high, and originally also included buildings on the flatland at the base of the mountain. It was located just off an inl
    3 KB (450 words) - 05:21, 31 March 2008
  • Located in Marugame City in Kagawa Prefecture (the historical [[Sanuki province]]), Marugame castle had its beginnings in the early [[Mur ...riod]]. The castle was heavily damaged by fire in [[1869]] and many of the buildings were destroyed by the Meiji government in [[1870]]. The castle ''[[tenshu]]
    3 KB (472 words) - 08:10, 21 March 2008
  • ...uted to [[Oda Nobuyasu]]. Located in Inuyama City in Aichi prefecture (the historical [[Owari province]]) about 20 miles north of [[Nagoya castle]] on the Nobi p .... Inuyama was heavily damaged by an earthquake in [[1892]] when all of the buildings (not already torn down by the government) excepting the tenshu were destroy
    7 KB (1,044 words) - 06:32, 13 April 2008
  • ...]. The tenshu was completed in [[1612]], with the honmaru palace and other buildings added over the next few years. ...ondary tenshu, four corner towers, the honmaru palace, and dozens of other buildings. Today only three corner towers (including the most famous original structu
    7 KB (1,014 words) - 21:04, 14 December 2019
  • ... castle is located in Mito City in present day [[Ibaraki prefecture]] (the historical [[Hitachi province]]) and was primarily famous for being the seat of power ...War]] by Imperial forces on their march north from [[Edo]] and most of the buildings were destroyed at that time.
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  • ...ional, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) as the sites of the greatest historical and cultural importance to all humanity, and the most worth protecting. UNE ...ins and underground archaeological material, and not for the reconstructed buildings.</ref>
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  • ...terally meaning "Japan town" or "Japan street", is a term used to refer to historical Japanese communities in Southeast and East Asia. The term has come to also ...ese in 1767<ref>Coedes. pp164-165.</ref>, and very little by way of intact buildings or other large, noticeable remnants remains today of the ''Nihonmachi''. A
    17 KB (2,609 words) - 11:10, 24 December 2015
  • In July, Hosokawa forces (known as the Eastern Army) controlled the main buildings of the Bakufu, the [[Jiso-In]], [[Shokokuji]], and the Hosokawa's own mansi ==Historical materials==
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  • castle site, however, with the ''tenshu'' (main keep) and certain other buildings being reconstructed in the 1960s-70s.<ref name=plaques>Plaques on-site at F
    2 KB (293 words) - 00:45, 17 October 2017
  • ...ho Kinpuku|Shô Kinpuku]] in [[1453]] led to the destruction of the palace buildings at that time, and the loss of many artifacts including silver seals granted ...the castle resembled those in Korea, with high, winding walls and numerous buildings within the grounds. Shuri in particular incorporated three sets of walls; s
    61 KB (9,481 words) - 08:01, 9 May 2020
  • According to the historical document ''[[Ryukyu-koku yurai-ki|Ryûkyû-koku yûrai-ki]]'' (琉球国由 ...ip hall (''haiden''), eight years later. Construction of a number of other buildings, including a number of smaller shrines within the grounds, was completed in
    7 KB (1,056 words) - 06:00, 10 November 2019
  • Shima is a historical [[ochaya|teahouse]] ([[geisha]] house) in [[Kanazawa]]'s [[Higashi Chayagai ... only structures in the city granted exception from the ban on multi-story buildings.
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  • ...h the ''yûkaku'', on [[1852]]/6/27, and spread, ultimately destroying 280 buildings. At this time, there were only 40 prominent teahouses, and 780 girls. ...ty of Edo period Furuichi, except for stones and other markers identifying historical sites, and the roughly 200-year-old Makichi Ryokan, which provides somethin
    4 KB (684 words) - 03:37, 29 January 2011
  • ...nges seen in society. ''[[Yokohama-e]]'' featured foreigners, their ships, buildings, and fashions, while the work of [[Kobayashi Kiyochika]] and others depicte ...nollosa's arrival in Japan that the government ought to perform surveys of historical sites, ancient monuments, and artistic treasures.</ref>
    35 KB (5,390 words) - 22:46, 25 July 2016
  • ... This has been cited as the first bronze statue erected in Japan to honor "historical persons of merit."<ref>Takashi Fujitani, ''Splendid Monarchy'', University Buildings within the garden, or immediately adjacent, include the house of Maeda reta
    3 KB (516 words) - 14:30, 13 October 2017
  • ... maintained as a historical site. The Abura-ya originally consisted of two buildings: the larger one, known as the ''omoya'' (主屋), was used by general guest *Signs and plaques on-site at the various historical sites within the Matsuzaki-juku area. As seen in [
    2 KB (277 words) - 03:32, 19 September 2011
  • ...ction of a new reception hall on the island. Villagers' homes, among other buildings, were used to house the other 350-500 Koreans, plus the lord of Tsushima an ...ANCA’ OF DIPLOMACY IN JAPANESE–KOREAN ENCOUNTERS, c. 1600-1868,” The Historical Journal, 62:2 (2019), pp. 289-309: 297.</ref> The mission consists of 498 p
    35 KB (5,524 words) - 05:22, 21 June 2020
  • It was originally built in the form of Chinese Ch'an temples, with seven buildings at the center, including a ''[[hatto|hattô]]'' (Hall of the Law), ''[[buts Seven Chinese junipers which stand in the compound, noted as famous historical landmarks<!--名勝史跡-->, are said to have been planted during the temp
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