Nijo Castle, Kyoto - Letters from Japan

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Mark Cartwright
by Letters from Japan
published on 25 June 2019
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Nijo was built as the main residence of the Tokugawa Shoguns. In 1867, the shogunate fell, and Nijo was eventually donated to Kyoto City. It has since become a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular destination for Kyoto travelers.

How do you get there:
- Tozai Line (city subway)
- Get off at Nijo-Mae Station.
Once you exit the station, you’ll be able to see Nijo across the street.

ADMISSION:
600 Yen for adults

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