Castillo Matsumoto y Templos en Nagano  por Francisco Barberá  en Japón 2014
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Castillo Matsumoto y Templos en Nagano
fotografías artísticas, pinturas, acrílicos, óleos y acuarelas
por Francisco Barberá in Japón 2014


Castillo Matsumoto y Templos en Nagano
fotografías artísticas, pinturas, acrílicos, óleos y acuarelas
por © Francisco Barberá in Japón 2014
Matsumoto Castle in Nagano and Temples
  artistic photographs, paintings, acrylics, oils and watercolors
by © Francisco Barbera in Japan 2014
長野や寺院で松本城
 写真、絵画、アクリル、油や水彩画の芸術
日本2014年©フランシスコバルベラによる

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    Matsumoto Castle (松本城, Matsumotojō) is one of the most complete and beautiful among Japan's original castles. It is a 'hirajiro' - a castle built on plains rather than on a hill or mountain. Matsumoto Castle is unique for having both a secondary donjon and a turret adjoined to its main keep. The castle structures, in combination with their characteristic black wainscoting, give off an air of grandeur and poise.
    Matsumotojo's main castle keep and its smaller, second donjon were built from 1592 to 1614. Both these structures were well-fortified as peace was not yet fully achieved at the time. In 1635, when military threats had ceased, a third, barely defended turret and another for moon viewing were added to the castle.


    View from the castle buildings
    The wooden interior of Matsumoto Castle provides an authentic experience unlike that felt at many other castles rebuilt of ferro-concrete. Interesting features of the castle include steep wooden stairs, openings to drop stones onto invaders, openings for archers, as well as an observation deck at the top, sixth floor of the main keep with nice views over the surrounding city.
    In spring, Matsumoto Castle is a popular cherry blossom spot. Many visit to stroll around the spacious castle grounds and park. Along the outer castle moat are hundreds of somei yoshino cherry trees that provide lovely views when they are in full bloom around mid April each year.
    Templo Zenkoji

    Este templo fue fundado en el siglo séptimo, pero se hizo verdaderamente popular en el siglo 18 con la construcción del gran edificio principal, que ahora es un tesoro nacional. La estatua sagrada del templo fue donada por el rey de Corea ante el emperador japonés en el 552, pero nunca fue mostrada al público. Incluso durante la gran ceremonia 'Gokaicho', celebrada una vez cada siete años, se expone la única copia existente. Por la mañana alrededor de las 6:00 o 6:30, se lleva a cabo la ceremonia religiosa 'Ojuzu-Chodai', a la que  todo el mundo puede asistir,. El superior del templo toca  las cabezas de los fieles con su rosario o 'Juzu' bendiciéndoles.
    • 30 minutos a pie de la estación de Nagano JR o a 10 minutos en autobús desde la estación JR de Nagano Zenkoji,  parada Daimon.

    Museo de arte Shinanio de la Prefectura Nagano / Galería Higashiyama Kaii.
    El museo exhibe obras de artistas locales y la galería presenta obras de Kaii Higashiyama, un paisajista muy conocido.
    Cerca de Templo Zenkoji

    Matsumoto's namesake castle is the oldest existing castle in Japan and is recognized as a National Treasure. The contrasting black and white plaster of the exterior stands out boldly against the magnificent backdrop of the Japanese Alps. Built with many unique architectural elements, Matsumoto Castle also features a moon viewing pavilion, indicative of the lifestyle of the feudal lords. The grounds of the castle come alive in color in the spring with cherry blossoms.
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