Lavish Nagoya palace of Tokugawa shogun unveiled after nine-year restoration program

NAGOYA – The reconstructed main palace of Nagoya Castle, originally built in 1615 on the orders of the first Tokugawa shogun but destroyed in World War II, was unveiled to the public Friday, allowing visitors to see the lavish rooms as enjoyed by the …
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