Aichi, Japan

Nagoya Castle

名古屋城

In 1610, Ieyasu Tokugawa initiated the construction of Nagoya Castle for his son Yoshinao. The sliding door murals are important cultural and historical properties reflecting the history of the generation; Topped with golden shachihoko, votive tiger-fish roof devices, Nagoya Castle and its magnificent Hommaru Palace were operated as a military facility. Nagoya Castle was Japan’s first castle to be designated a National Treasure and a National Historic Site.

名古屋城是名古屋的標誌,是十七世紀日本戰國三雄之一的德川家康下令建造的城堡,不過原城堡於二戰時遭空襲幾乎全毀,現建築是戰後重建,內設升降機接載遊人,登上觀光層可360度飽覽名城公園及名古屋的景色,城堡屋頂有一對金鯱,龍首魚身,一雌一雄分踞在屋脊兩側,原作為防火符咒之用,後來成為城主權利的象徵,原來的金鯱已毀於戰火,而「城表二之門」則是倖存之物,現已列為日本國寶。

  • Capacity

    up to 80 seated OR up to 100 standing

  • Venue Size

    Track 5000 sq feet / Restaurant 3000 sq feet

  • Opening Hours

    11:00 - 21:00 (Everyday)

  • Location

    1-1 Honmaru, Naka Ward, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

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