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Semi-custom order Japanese castle -Azuchi Castle- / セミオーダー 安土城

Semi-custom order Japanese castle -Azuchi Castle- / セミオーダー 安土城

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Azuchi Castle, located in Shiga Prefecture, Japan, was a short-lived but historically significant fortress. Constructed by Oda Nobunaga in the late 16th century, it represented a departure from traditional castle design. Azuchi Castle was characterized by its innovative architectural features, including a multi-story main keep with a unique octagonal shape. The castle served as Nobunaga's residence and a center for political and cultural activities during his reign. Unfortunately, it was destroyed shortly after Nobunaga's death in 1582, leaving a lasting impact on Japanese castle design and symbolizing the dynamic era of the Sengoku period.

・Japanese castle models captivate enthusiasts with their historical charm. Intricate replicas showcase architectural finesse, intricate details, and strategic layouts of iconic castles. The models provide a tangible connection to Japan's feudal past, allowing enthusiasts to delve into the country's rich history. Builders appreciate the challenge of recreating complex structures, while viewers marvel at the miniature landscapes. These castle models, whether crafted from kits or scratch-built, serve as windows to a bygone era, fostering a deeper appreciation for Japanese culture, military history, and the enduring allure of these majestic fortresses.

・This is a scale model.

・The production period takes approximately 30 days.

・Permission has been obtained for the use of images.

・The size will be crafted within the case (244×244×261mm). →(Guideline: Diorama within 200×200mm range, constructing mansions or similar structures within this scope.)

・This piece creates a diorama directly on the base of the collection case, integrating the collection case and diorama seamlessly.

・You can choose your preferred season (spring, summer, autumn, winter).

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