Okayama Castle

Posted by Alfredo J. Martiz J. (Panama City, Panama) on 23 August 2008 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Okayama Castle is located in the city of Okayama in Okayama Prefecture in Japan and was built in 1597. It was destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in 1966. This castle is popularly known as Crow Castle due to its black exterior, with only a few protruding bits and the occasional lucky fish-gargoyle gilded. The castle's interior is modern and houses a museum. The castle is on the opposite side of the Asahi River from Korakuen.

Reference: Wikipedia, Japan Guide


Okayama. August 14th, 2008

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