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Himeji Castle: Where it is Located, When it Was Built?
Where it is located.
When it was built,
Why was it built,
Who built it,
How is the cultures art reflected in the architecture,
What materials were used (Art related),
How was it built,
Any other cool things to throw in there.
Name: Course: Professor: Date: Himeji castle The Himeji Castle is located on the hilltop in Himeji in Hyogo Prefecture in Japan. The building is one of the oldest Japanese architectures comprising of 83 buildings commonly referred to as the Hakuro-jo or Shirasagi â€“Jo in Japanese, which means the white castle or White Heron Castle. The castle is commonly referred to as White Heron because of its exterior structure resembles a bird taking flight (Silva 344). When Was It Built? Himeji Castle was originally built by Akamatsu Sadanori one of the descendants of lord Akamatsu Norimura ; the Himeji Castle construction began between 1333 to 1346 when Akamatsu Norimura the guardian of Harima Province formed an army as ordered by the Imperial Prince Morinaga. His son Akamatsu Sadonori built the fortress on Mount Hime, after the death of Akamatsu Sadanori, the next leader Nobunaga Oda took charge of the district modifying the building with 30 turrets. In 1601, Ikeda Terumasa took control of Himeji Castle given to him as a gift after the battle against Toyotomi Daimyo (Ushi â€“Utaka 140). The building played important