Castle restoration plan with no elevators causing controversy

Nagoya Castle is known for the golden statues of the imaginary half-tiger, half-fish creature adorning the roof of the tenshu. (Shutterstock/File) A plan to restore an iconic castle in a central Japan city to attract more tourists has faced criticism as …
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