Morning Run in Nagoya Japan/Phiten Hawaii Run series!
This is the series that introduce run events and great places to run as well. We hope this info will help you to have an option for where to run in the future.
This is the Nagoya Castle!! It was built in 1612, more than 400 years ago, by Shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa.
This is called “Tenshukaku”, which was used to over see everything around the castle from the top and order troops to make moves as well. On the top are golden Shachihoko which are the symbol for bringing water, which will protect from fire.
It was so beautiful to see this castle while I was running around it!
This is the stature of Kiyomasa Kato, who was in charge of building this Nagoya Castle. It thrilled me a lot!
This is the entire map, and there is a path for us to run around this whole thing.
The path for run was so refreshing with all trees and Ohori, which is the man made lake around the castle to protect from anybody intruding into this castle. You can really feel the history of it through your skin. When you think about …. this path was used for so many Bushi, troops, horses, and so many more… It just shuddered me so badly…
Yet, Nagoya is a big city. The amazing thing is that urban life and history nicely exist in this town…
Here are the Nagoya Train Station Building. It’s Huge!!!!!!!!
You know what… I actually got lost…. But I found fish market!!! Score!
Overall, it was nice Fun Morning Run, so I wanted to share this with everybody!
When you get a chance to go to Nagoya, I highly recommend to have a Morning Run!
Have fun everybody!
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