Photo Source: Nijo-jo Castle 	  Audience Chamber    Ninomaru Palace  Nijo-jo, Kyoto     Ninomaru Palace  Nijo-jo, Kyoto

Photo Source: Nijo-jo Castle Audience Chamber Ninomaru Palace Nijo-jo, Kyoto Ninomaru Palace Nijo-jo, Kyoto

Nijo Castle in central Kyoto is one of the must see destinations in the city if you have an interest in Japans feudal history, architecture and gardens.  It's also a top spot in spring for cherry blossoms and for autumn colour.

Visiting Nijo Castle in Kyoto

Nijo Castle in central Kyoto is one of the must see destinations in the city if you have an interest in Japans feudal history, architecture and gardens. It's also a top spot in spring for cherry blossoms and for autumn colour.

The Imperial Badge, Kyoto, Japan ~ this is roof of Nijo castle, in Kyoto. It was the residence of the Tokugawa shoguns when they visited from their own capital in Edo (Tokyo). This imperial crest suplanted the Tokugawa crest as a symbol of the victory of the Emperor over the shoguns in the XIX century.

The Imperial Badge, Kyoto, Japan ~ this is roof of Nijo castle, in Kyoto. It was the residence of the Tokugawa shoguns when they visited from their own capital in Edo (Tokyo). This imperial crest suplanted the Tokugawa crest as a symbol of the.

Nijo Castle in central Kyoto is one of the must see destinations in the city if you have an interest in Japans feudal history, architecture and gardens. It's also a top spot in spring for cherry blossoms and for autumn colour.

Visiting Nijo Castle in Kyoto

Nijo Castle in central Kyoto is one of the must see destinations in the city if you have an interest in Japans feudal history, architecture and gardens. It's also a top spot in spring for cherry blossoms and for autumn colour.

Nijo Castle - I thoughT this was one of the neatest places in Kyoto. The "chirping" floor  is so cool.

Nijo Castle in Kyoto, Japan. The Nightingale Floors were designed to squeak to detect ninja assassins.

Kyoto. Japan. Kyoto Castle. Nijo Jo Inner Gate

Nijo Castle is in the center of Kyoto, near the Imperial Palace. The castle is one of 17 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kyoto, the only castle on the list.

Nijo Castle, Kyoto, Japan | cultivatorkitchen.com

Historic castle completed in built to provide lodging for Tokugawa Shogun and as a stronghold for the Kyoto Imperial Palace

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