Kochi

Kochi Castle

A walk to Kochi Castle

Kochi Castle used to be the seat of the Yamauchi lords, who ruled over the surrounding area, then known as Tosa, during the Edo Period. Mani & I hike up the castle, the only one in all of Japan to have all the original buildings in the honmaru, or innermost ring of defense, still standing.

Kochi Castle used to be the seat of the Yamauchi lords, who ruled over the surrounding area, then known as Tosa, during the Edo Period Mani & I hike up the castle, the only one in all of Japan to have all the original buildings in the honmaru, or innermost ring of defense, still standing Early morning view of Kochi View of Kochi city from JR Kochi Station Statues Statues of local heroes Ryoma, Nakaoka, and Nanpeita at JR Kochi Station On the way to Harimaya bridge Kochi trams are operated by Tosaden Harimaya Bridge Ranita at Harimaya Bridge On

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