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Architecture in Japan by Rikitza Architecture in Japan by Rikitza
Matsumoto castle - Architecture in Japan
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:iconyagamiseven:
Yagamiseven Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014
Amazing!
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Rikitza Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014   Photographer
:)
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BricksandStones Featured By Owner May 13, 2014
Colours here are really good - I envy you the trip :) 
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Rikitza Featured By Owner May 13, 2014   Photographer
Appreciate it :)
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mecengineer Featured By Owner May 6, 2014
impressive
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Rikitza Featured By Owner May 6, 2014   Photographer
Talat thx a bunch for your comment and faves :)
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Tageslicht Featured By Owner May 4, 2014
Very  striking, and it really does look like a fortress, with that stone base. It looks like there are metal fish at the corners of the roof peak...
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Rikitza Featured By Owner May 4, 2014   Photographer
It's the famous Matsumoto castle ... Built during the 16th - 17th century with the additional functionality of a ... Fortress :)
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Tageslicht Featured By Owner May 5, 2014
The daimyo wants us to believe it's all about the fortress, but secretly, it's more about having a prime spot from which to view the moon and drink tea, right? ^^
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Rikitza Featured By Owner May 5, 2014   Photographer
There is a certain possibility that your approach might be the correct one...
unfortunately  I believe that I will have to return to Japan to assess this issue ... :hug:
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