The fortress was at first worked in 1603 on the demand of Yamauchi Katsutoyo, leader of the Tosa space, however was burnt in a gigantic fire in 1727. The present chateau tower was redone in 1749.
Kochi Castle is Japan's simply château where each one of the structures constituting its rule building have been secured. Since the royal residence's structures are moderately orchestrated, you can see its most basic parts in a short time period.
Its apex is one of the 12 château keeps that are so far defended in Japan.
Kochi Castle is known as a well known photo spot since it is Japan's simply château where you can get the two its Otemon and its zenith in a single shot.