Nagoya Castle° 18°ň
Mediaeval mosted castel of Japanese princes,occasionally used by the Mikado,Nagoya,Japan. (49)
[ID] 4985°°°°( ID:4985 )
[Photographer] Underwood
[Album] Underwood
[Place] Nagoya
[Date] 1904
[Color] mono
[Size] 155x82
[Cabinet] 97-49-0
[Keyword] castle
  Photographs of the same title

Apparently a copy of a picture postcard, this photograph captures the southwestern side of the dungeon seen from Nishinomaru area. The black stone wall visible at the lower left is the wall of Ofukemaru, and the white stone wall connects Ofukemaru and Ninomaru. The right side of the main castle tower is connected to the small tower. The photograph is entitled (in English), "Medieval moated castle of Japanese Princes, occasionally used by the Mikado. Nagoya, Japan ". This was taken between 1893 and 1930 when Nagoya Castle was an imperial villa.