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The original castle built in 1512 by the Nagano clan, the site of the Minowa Castle ruins is somewhat unusual due to its large side.
Gunma Maitake Centre
Gunma Maitake Centre is a farmers' market selling various kinds of products made from Maitake mushrooms.
Ankodo is a gift shop that sells souvenirs from Gunma, such as Japanese sweets filled with anko (sweet bean paste), udon, and Japanese sake.
Daimonya is a daruma (traditional Japanese round wooden doll) shop located in Takasaki City in Gunma. The shop also offers the experience to paint a daruma your
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Shourinzan Daruma-ji Temple is the origin of the famous Daruma, a round doll with large eyes, popular around the entire country as a charm for good luck.
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