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It takes about two hours by car or train, on the way from Osaka or Kyoto to sightseeing spots in Kita-Kinki. Why don't you stop by Kaibara that still has sceneries of castle town remaining?

A romantic castle town, Kaibara

Nobunaga Oda was the first influential Daimyo who attempted to unify Japan. Kaibara is a town where his descendants built (*)Jinya and a castle town, and they ruled for many years. The arrangement of the city has remained unchanged, and there are still some buildings and historical landmarks left as they were.

(*) Junya is a residential area where government offices and residences for officials were built, and smaller, non-standard citadels were built by feudal lords. It has no castle tower; it only has an abbreviated citadel.

And now, there are new engaging restaurants and cafes opened, so Kaibara is well known and called "a city of Lunch." Why don't you stop by Kaibara on your way from Osaka to the north, and spend a splendid lunchtime at "a romantic castle town, Kaibara" where you can feel a nostalgic atmosphere."

It is easy to access to major tourist sites, and you can stop by some places on your way.

Approximately a hundred minutes by limited express to Amanohashidate station and approximately ninety minutes by limited express to Kinosaki-Onsen. It is easy to access to major tourist sites, and you can stop by some places on your way. Kaibara spot Access

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