Sunday Snapshot: Matsumoto Castle
By Ways of Wanderers on December 15, 2013
Built in the 16th century, Matsumoto Castle is one of only a handful of original castles remaining in Japan. According to legend, the castle owes its longevity to a shrine on its top floor, which is dedicated to the god of 26 nights. The god supposedly appeared to one of the castle guards in 1618, and promised to protect the castle if she was enshrined with 500 kg of rice on the 26th of every month.
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