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Japanese castles I've visited: #71 Numata Castle Ruins in Gunma Prefecture. Nothing much left there. I'd recommend going there only if you're nearby or on your way to something else.

Japanese castles I've visited: #71 Numata Castle Ruins in Gunma Prefecture. Nothing much left there. I'd recommend going there only if you're nearby or on your way to something else.

Japanese castles I've visited: #6 Azuchi Castle Ruins in Shiga Prefecture. Only ruins are left, but some of the most extensive ruins I've seen. If you're in Shiga or a fan of Oda Nobunaga, then it's worth a visit!

Japanese castles I've visited: #6 Azuchi Castle Ruins in Shiga Prefecture. Only ruins are left, but some of the most extensive ruins I've seen. If you're in Shiga or a fan of Oda Nobunaga, then it's worth a visit!

Japanese castles I've visited: #61 Mihara Castle Ruins in Hiroshima Prefecture. Ok, this wasn't a very interesting castle. Very few ruins are left, but they are right behind JR Mihara Station. I went there when it was already dark.

Japanese castles I've visited: #61 Mihara Castle Ruins in Hiroshima Prefecture. Ok, this wasn't a very interesting castle. Very few ruins are left, but they are right behind JR Mihara Station. I went there when it was already dark.

Takeda Castle ruins (a.k.a. "Castle in the Sky") in Asago, Hyogo Prefecture

Takeda Castle ruins (a.k.a. "Castle in the Sky") in Asago, Hyogo Prefecture

Japanese castles I've visited: #21 Hagi Castle in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Only ruins are left, but there were a lot of stray cats, so I really enjoyed my visit there.

Japanese castles I've visited: #21 Hagi Castle in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Only ruins are left, but there were a lot of stray cats, so I really enjoyed my visit there.

Takeda Castle aka "Castle in the Sky / Machu Picchu of Japan" can be found in Asago City, Hyogo Prefecture.

Takeda Castle aka "Castle in the Sky / Machu Picchu of Japan" can be found in Asago City, Hyogo Prefecture.

Japanese castles I've visited: #34 Itami Castle in Hyogo Prefecture (but very close to Osaka). Only very few ruins left. Right next to JR Itami Station. I'd say it's only worth a visit if you're nearby anyways.

Japanese castles I've visited: #34 Itami Castle in Hyogo Prefecture (but very close to Osaka). Only very few ruins left. Right next to JR Itami Station. I'd say it's only worth a visit if you're nearby anyways.

Japanese castles I've visited: #30 Hizen Nagoya Castle in Karatsu (Saga Prefecture). I was extremely unlucky with the weather that day and thus I also was the only one up there. Typhoon-like rainstorms although it was the end of December. Freezing cold!

Japanese castles I've visited: #30 Hizen Nagoya Castle in Karatsu (Saga Prefecture). I was extremely unlucky with the weather that day and thus I also was the only one up there. Typhoon-like rainstorms although it was the end of December. Freezing cold!

Japanese castles I've visited: #42 Katsuren Castle in Okinawa. I love the castles in Okinawa! ^__^

Japanese castles I've visited: #42 Katsuren Castle in Okinawa. I love the castles in Okinawa! ^__^

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