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About Japanese Government railway's first bus.Jun 17, 2017
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Outdoor exhibits too.Jun 17, 2017
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Japanese Government railway's first bus.Jun 17, 2017
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Inside Japanese Government railway's first bus.Jun 17, 2017
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Japanese Government railway's first bus.Jun 17, 2017
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Father of the shinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Shinkansen historyJun 17, 2017
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Tokaido LineJun 17, 2017
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The 2nd floor has many exhibits about rail history, etc.Jun 17, 2017
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Kids' playroom on 2nd floor.Jun 17, 2017
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View from 2nd floor.Jun 17, 2017
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2nd floor of the museum isalso spacious. Rest area here.Jun 17, 2017
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Odaiba and Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo.Jun 17, 2017
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Ginza in TokyoJun 17, 2017
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Tokyo TowerJun 17, 2017
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TokyoJun 17, 2017
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Nagoya StationJun 17, 2017
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Nagoya StationJun 17, 2017
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Mt. Ibuki in Shiga Prefecture in the Railway model diorama at SCMAGLEV and Railway Park in Nagoya.Jun 17, 2017
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Mt. Ibuki in Shiga Prefecture in the Railway model diorama at SCMAGLEV and Railway Park in Nagoya.Jun 17, 2017
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Kiyomizu-dera temple in KyotoJun 17, 2017
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Osaka Castle.Jun 17, 2017
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Shin-Osaka Station.Jun 17, 2017
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Osaka at night.Jun 17, 2017
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Osaka end of diorama. Small trains move on the tracks.Jun 17, 2017
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Mt. Fuji Jun 17, 2017
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Railway model diorama covering the Tokaido shinkansen route from Tokyo to Osaka.Jun 17, 2017
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The latest maglev train design.Jun 17, 2017
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2nd generation experimental maglev train.Jun 17, 2017
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The different experimental maglev trains are displayed. This was the first model.Jun 17, 2017
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The new maglev railway will be mostly underground between Tokyo and Nagoya.Jun 17, 2017
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Maglev Theater Jun 17, 2017
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Maglev Theater Jun 17, 2017
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Maglev Theater Jun 17, 2017
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Maglev Theater and exhibit areaJun 17, 2017
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Shinkansen simulator (reservations required).Jun 17, 2017
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Tokkyu Limited Express train, 381 seriesJun 17, 2017
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Smoking used to be allowed on trains. Can you imagine?Jun 17, 2017
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Inside Tokaido Line trainJun 17, 2017
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Tokaido Line trainJun 17, 2017
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Tokaido Line trainJun 17, 2017
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Tokaido Line trainJun 17, 2017
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Inside Dr. Yellow test trainJun 17, 2017
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Dr. Yellow test trainJun 17, 2017
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Inside Nozomi 700 Series ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Nozomi 700 Series ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Inside 300 Series Shinkansen.Jun 17, 2017
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300 Series Shinkansen. The "Robocop" design.Jun 17, 2017
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ExitJun 17, 2017
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GalleyJun 17, 2017
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Table configurations in dining car of 100 Series Shinkansen.Jun 17, 2017
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MenuJun 17, 2017
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Upper level (dining car) of two-story car in 100 Series Shinkansen.Jun 17, 2017
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Stairs to upper level of two-story car in 100 Series Shinkansen.Jun 17, 2017
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Lower level of two-story car in 100 Series Shinkansen.Jun 17, 2017
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Two-story car of 100 Series ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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100 Series Shinkansen driver's cockpit.Jun 17, 2017
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Inside 100 Series ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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One unique thing about the 100 Series Shinkansen was this two-story car with a restaurant on the upper level.Jun 17, 2017
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Enter the 100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation).Jun 17, 2017
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Shinkansen station analog signage.Jun 17, 2017
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0 Series Shinkansen Jun 17, 2017
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car galley.Jun 17, 2017
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car menu.Jun 17, 2017
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car.Jun 17, 2017
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car corridor.Jun 17, 2017
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car sign indicates full house.Jun 17, 2017
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car.Jun 17, 2017
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Trash bin at exit inside 0 Series Shinkansen.Jun 17, 2017
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Drinking fountain inside 0 Series Shinkansen Jun 17, 2017
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Corridor in 0 Series Shinkansen Jun 17, 2017
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Behind the driver's cockpit in 0 Series Shinkansen Jun 17, 2017
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Driver's cockpit in 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).Jun 17, 2017
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Driver's cockpit in 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).Jun 17, 2017
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Driver's cockpit in 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).Jun 17, 2017
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Inside the 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).Jun 17, 2017
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You can enter the the original 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).Jun 17, 2017
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Side stripe on 700 Series ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Side stripe on 300 Series Shinkansen (3rd generation)Jun 17, 2017
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Side stripe on 100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation).Jun 17, 2017
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Side stripe on 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).Jun 17, 2017
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Shinkansen models.Jun 17, 2017
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Shinkansen models.Jun 17, 2017
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Headlight on 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation)Jun 17, 2017
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The classic and iconic "Bullet Train." The original shinkansen model that debut in 1964, the 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation). Classic and iconic design.Jun 17, 2017
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0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation)Jun 17, 2017
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100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation)Jun 17, 2017
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100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation). I call this the "Slit-eye" model.Jun 17, 2017
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100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation)Jun 17, 2017
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300 Series Shinkansen (Third generation) headlightJun 17, 2017
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300 Series Shinkansen (Third generation). The "Robocop" design.Jun 17, 2017
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Nozomi 700 Series ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Headlight on Nozomi 700 Series ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Nozomi 700 Series Shinkansen. "Duckbill" design.Jun 17, 2017
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Nozomi 700 Series ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Shinkansen Train ZoneJun 17, 2017
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Class 955 "300X" experimental ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Class 955 "300X" experimental ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Class 955 "300X" experimental ShinkansenJun 17, 2017
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Inside JR–Maglev MLX01-1Jun 17, 2017
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Maglev trainsJun 17, 2017
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Inside the lobby.Jun 17, 2017
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Admission tickets sold by vending machine.Jun 17, 2017
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Near Kinjo-futo Station on the Aonami Line that starts from Nagoya Station. Walking toward the entrance.Jun 17, 2017
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If you like the Tokaido shinkansen old and new or the Maglev trains, visiting this railway museum on the outskirts of Nagoya is a must. See 39 full-size railway cars, train simulators, and a railway model diorama. Operated by JR Central in Nagoya, the museum opened in March 2011. SCMAGLEV and Railway Park as seen from the train.Jun 17, 2017
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Nagoya Castle manhole, Aichi.Sep 20, 2016
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Way back to East Entrance with a wisteria trellis on the right.Sep 20, 2016
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About the Aomatsuba Incident.Sep 20, 2016
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Approximate site of the Aomatsuba Incident near the East Gate. Wjere three chief Tokugawa retainers were executed.Sep 20, 2016
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Ninomaru East GardenSep 20, 2016
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About the Ninomaru GardenSep 20, 2016
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Ninomaru GardenSep 20, 2016
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Omote Ni-no-mon Gate can be seen.Sep 20, 2016
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Southwest corner turret. Also called the Hitsujisaru Turret, it has the same size and construction as the southeast corner turret. During 2010–2014, it was dismantled and repaired. 西南隅櫓Sep 20, 2016
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Would you believe that there are plans to reconstruct this main castle tower too? Using traditional materials and methods. Gonna cost untold billions. If Nagoya pulls this off, it would bring many more tourists to the city and boost Nagoya Castle's status. A worthwhile longterm investment.Sep 20, 2016
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Inside the woodshop, curved wooden beams for the palace.Sep 20, 2016
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Wood shop is open to the public viewing 9 am to 4 pm. Closed on Sun.Sep 20, 2016
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They have windows for the public to freely observe the carpenters.Sep 20, 2016
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You can take one piece of scrap wood for free.Sep 20, 2016
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Behind the castle tower is this large woodshop where they cut and shape the wood for the palace.Sep 20, 2016
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Rear view of Nagoya Castle's main tower (tenshu or tenshukaku in Japanese, sometimes called donjon in English). Sep 20, 2016
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Fumeimon GateSep 20, 2016
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Corridor to entrance hall in the smaller tower.Sep 20, 2016
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Way outSep 20, 2016
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Scale model of Hommaru Goten palace.Sep 20, 2016
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Scale model of Nagoya Castle town.Sep 20, 2016
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Scale model of Hommaru Goten palace and main tower.Sep 20, 2016
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Aftermath of the war. Main castle tower gone.Sep 20, 2016
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The 3rd floor has this scale model of Nagoya Castle town.Sep 20, 2016
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SwordsSep 20, 2016
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Newly painted sliding doors for the Hommaru Palace.Sep 20, 2016
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About the Palanquin for ladiesSep 20, 2016
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Palanquin for ladiesSep 20, 2016
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Palanquin for ladiesSep 20, 2016
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One floor recreates an Edo-Era street.Sep 20, 2016
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About Nagoya Castle's stone walls.Sep 20, 2016
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On the 5th floor was an interactive exhibit showing how they hauled large stones to build the castle. You can pull the rope too.Sep 20, 2016
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Oda NobunagaSep 20, 2016
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Exhibition rooms on the lower floors.Sep 20, 2016
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Spiral staircase in the middle of the tower. There's an elevator too.Sep 20, 2016
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Names of the castle lords.Sep 20, 2016
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Southwest corner turret. Also called the Hitsujisaru Turret.Sep 20, 2016
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Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium where the sumo tournament is held in July.Sep 20, 2016
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Hommaru Goten Palace being reconstructed.Sep 20, 2016
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Today, you can see the Hommaru Goten Palace being reconstructed.Sep 20, 2016
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Top floor's lookout deck. The top floor only has windows and no balcony.Sep 20, 2016
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The 7th floor was the top floor of Nagoya Castle being an enclosed lookout deck.Sep 20, 2016
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Replica of the castle's famous roof ornament, a golden carp.Sep 20, 2016
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Triangular chidorihafu roof gables on Nagoya Castle.Sep 20, 2016
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