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  • ...le]] is a [[UNESCO]] [[World Heritage site]]; unusually for [[Japan]], the castle is built of wood rather than stone. In the foreground is one of 33 wells.] ...er representative example is [[Morioka]] (盛岡), a city which includes a castle site comprising only ruins, today a park.
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  • Defensible fortifications in Japan, historically for the protection of the interests of local lords.
    136 B (17 words) - 20:17, 15 May 2011
  • {{r|Japan}} {{r|Culture of Japan}}
    178 B (23 words) - 15:03, 12 December 2010
  • ...interactive map in English which displays information about castles across Japan.
    173 B (22 words) - 14:18, 12 December 2010

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  • {{r|Japan}} {{r|Culture of Japan}}
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  • ===Castles=== {{r|Arundel Castle}}
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  • ...keep.jpg/credit}}<br/>The ruined twelfth-century [[keep]] of [[Scarborough Castle]], [[England]]. The west wall was destroyed during the [[English Civil War ...ed in the [[Middle Ages]] and were built for several centuries. Today most castles are either forgotten ruins or [[tourism|tourist]] attractions.
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  • {{r|Japan}} {{r|Culture of Japan}}
    178 B (23 words) - 15:03, 12 December 2010
  • ==Japan== ...interactive map in English which displays information about castles across Japan.
    320 B (40 words) - 05:31, 3 January 2011
  • ...le]] is a [[UNESCO]] [[World Heritage site]]; unusually for [[Japan]], the castle is built of wood rather than stone. In the foreground is one of 33 wells.] ...er representative example is [[Morioka]] (盛岡), a city which includes a castle site comprising only ruins, today a park.
    2 KB (303 words) - 15:58, 13 January 2013
  • {{r|Castle}} {{r|Culture of Japan}}
    672 B (93 words) - 02:43, 12 January 2010
  • ...interactive map in English which displays information about castles across Japan.
    173 B (22 words) - 14:18, 12 December 2010
  • ...ww.jcastle.info/castle/profile/23-Bitchu-Matsuyama-Castle Bitchu Matsuyama Castle]'.</ref>]] ...hin the southerly San-yo area. Its population was 1,955,000 in 2006.<ref>''Japan Statistical Yearbook'': '[http://www.stat.go.jp/data/nenkan/zuhyou/y0203000
    1 KB (139 words) - 14:53, 12 December 2010
  • ...a|Shuri]] (首里), now the site of Okinawa's reconstructed [[Shuri Castle|castle]]. ...e consternation of many local people.<ref>''Japan Times:'' '[http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/nn20100529a4.html New accord stokes Okinawan ire]'. 29th
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  • ...CO [[World Heritage site]]; its defences and gardens showcase two sides of Japan's history and culture.]] ...ditions developed, and echoes of this persist in the country today, with [[Japanese popular culture]] now the mainstream.
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  • ...o Area' has several definitions and therefore names in [[Japanese language|Japanese]]. A common designation is 'One Metropolis, Three Prefectures' (一都 {{Image|Kanto-Japan-map.png|right|180px|Location of Kanto.}}
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  • ...f 33 wells. This photo was taken before major renovation work began at the castle, due to finish in 2015.]] ...[stone]], and for its maze of pathways designed to confuse invaders. The [[castle]] comprises 83 buildings, and also includes 33 wells in its grounds - one
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  • {{Image|The Japanese Landing At Busan.jpg|right|320px|The Japanese landing at Busan.}} ...insula and its nearby waters. The war consisted of two main invasions from Japan – the first in 1592 and 1593, and the second from 1597 to 1598.
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  • ...ce-over]] for the UK version of the [[Japan]]ese hit TV show ''[[Takeshi's Castle]]'', shown on [[Challenge]] and [[Ftn]], and was a team captain on the [[s # ''[[Takeshi's Castle]]'' (2002-04) TV Series - Narrator (UK version)
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  • ...a|Shuri]] (首里), now the site of Okinawa's reconstructed [[Shuri Castle|castle]]. ...offences committed by U.S. personnel.<ref>''Japan Times:'' '[http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/nn20080221a2.html U.S. imposes curfew on Okinawa forces]
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  • |caption=Culture of Japan gallery ...okusai]] (葛飾北斎 ''Katsushika Hokusai'') is possibly the most famous Japanese [[ukiyo-e|woodblock print]].
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  • ...eras in [[Harajuku]], [[Tokyo]]. These girls are dressed as members of the Japanese band 'Dir en grey'.<BR><small>Photo © by Sonny Santos, used by [[Image_ <div style="border: none; width:300px;"><div class="thumbcaption">Japan's capital, [[Tokyo]], is a city of packed streets, [[neon]] logos and the a
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  • [[Image:Tokyo_After_Six.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Japan's capital comprises cities of packed streets, [[neon]] logos and the ancien ...o Area' has several definitions and therefore names in [[Japanese language|Japanese]]. A common designation is 'One Metropolis, Three Prefectures' (一都
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  • {{r|Japan}} {{r|Shuri Castle}}
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