Around the ruins of Nagoya Castle, there are ruins of 130 army camp sites constructed by over 160 warlords from all over Japan. Among them, The ones of Ieyasu Tokugawa, Masamune Date, Toshiie Maeda, Nagamasa Kuroda, Hideharu Hori and other notable warlords have been designated as the National Historic Sites of Japan and the stone walls and earthen walls have been well-preserved. Quite a large part of Hideharu Hori's camp site still remains in a good condition and you can feel the traditional Japanese culture from the ruins such as the tea ceremony room, Noh play stage and so on.
|Address||Nagoya, Chinzei-cho, Karatsu City, Saga (佐賀県唐津市鎮西町名護屋)|
|MAPCODE||967 073 354*24|