auto-translate Another Historic Site Kumamoto Castle Kumamoto Castle counted as one of Japan&39;s three most famous castles was created by Kato Kiyomasa taking advantage of many actual war experiences, spending seven years from Keicho six years (161) It is reported. In a majestic grand stature spanning 53 kilometers around, we dug a well of more than 120 wells and used to count the forty oar, the fortress 18 and the castle gate nine. Although it burned down many buildings during the war in the Southwest of Meiji 10 (187), it endured the onslaught of Susan army and demonstrated its true value as a castle. Ishigaki of Kumamoto Castle is known for its unique gradient and robustness, and it is called Ishigaki of "return of the warrior". The current castle tower was rebuilt in the Showa 35 year (1960).