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Kokura Castle, Japan

Kokura Castle, Japan


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A castle located in Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. Built in 1602, it was built by the famous Japanese warrior Mori Motonari during the Warring States period. This castle was originally built to strengthen the control of the Maori family in the Kyushu region. It is located by the river in the center of the city, surrounded by a wide moat and beautiful gardens. The architectural style combines the characteristics of traditional Japanese samurai castles and culture. It adopts a unique design of black exterior walls and gold roof, giving people a solemn and majestic feeling. The castle has multiple floors and rooms inside, including a museum showcasing local history and culture.