Nijo Castle, Kyoto - Letters from Japan

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Mark Cartwright
by Letters from Japan
published on 25 June 2019

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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