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Kanazawa Castle

The Gojikken-nagaya building had seven separate ishi-otoshi (stone-dropping bay windows). Windows are attached to three sides of each dashi bay window. The slots under the windows could be used to throw stones on enemies climbing up the stone walls or to shoot at them with firearms and arrows.

Kanazawa Castle
JREF, Sep 18, 2018
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