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しろ
shiro
noun castle
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宮城 きゅうじょう
kyuujou
noun Imperial Palace
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根城 ねじろ
nejiro
noun stronghold, citadel, headquarters
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牙城 がじょう
gajou
noun stronghold (esp. of an enemy or opponent), inner citadel, bastion
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傾城 けいせい
keisei
  1. noun beauty, siren
  2. courtesan, prostitute
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古城 こじょう
kojou
noun old castle, old fortress
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開城 かいじょう
kaijou
noun auxillary suru verb capitulation (of fort)
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居城 きょじょう
kyojou
noun castle of a daimyo, castle of feudal lord
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金城 きんじょう
kinjou
noun impregnable castle
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荒城 こうじょう
koujou
noun ruined castle
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築城 ちくじょう
chikujou
noun auxillary suru verb fortification, castle construction
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築城 ついき
tsuiki
noun auxillary suru verb fortification, castle construction
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一国一城 いっこくいちじょう
ikkokuichijou
  1. noun (possession of) one feudal domain and one castle, being independent (acting without compromise or assistance)
  2. establishing only one castle in each feudal domain (edict issued by the shogunate in 1615)
江戸城 えどじょう
edojou
noun Edo Castle (residence of the Shogun during the Edo period, now the site of the Tokyo Imperial Palace)
王城 おうじょう
oujou
noun royal castle
奥津城 おくつき
okutsuki
noun Shinto term family grave, ancestral grave, tomb
奥つ城 おくつき
okutsuki
noun Shinto term family grave, ancestral grave, tomb
奥都城 おくつき
okutsuki
noun Shinto term family grave, ancestral grave, tomb
干城 かんじょう
kanjou
noun defending soldier

ki
noun fortress (surrounded by a wall, moat, etc.)
傾国傾城 けいこくけいせい
keikokukeisei
noun woman so glamorous as to bring ruin to a country (castle) as its king (lord) is captivated by her beauty, femme fatale
下城 げじょう
gejou
noun auxillary suru verb withdrawing from the castle
堅城 けんじょう
kenjou
noun strong fortress
攻城 こうじょう
koujou
noun auxillary suru verb castle siege
皇城 こうじょう
koujou
noun imperial palace
孤城 こじょう
kojou
noun solitary castle, isolated castle
弧城 こじょう
kojou
noun solitary castle, isolated castle
山城 さんじょう
sanjou
noun mountain castle
じょう
jou
suffix castle (in place names)
敵城 てきじょう
tekijou
noun enemy castle, enemy fortress
出城 でじろ
dejiro
noun branch castle
登城 とじょう
tojou
noun auxillary suru verb attendance at a castle
都城 とじょう
tojou
noun castle town
入城 にゅうじょう
nyuujou
noun auxillary suru verb entry into a castle (by a conquering force)
廃城 はいじょう
haijou
noun obscure abandoned castle
万里の長城 はおんりのちょうじょう
haonrinochoujou
noun Great Wall of China
万里の長城 ばんりのちょうじょう
banrinochoujou
noun Great Wall of China
平山城 ひらさんじょう
hirasanjou
noun castle on a hill in the plains, flatland-mountain castle
平城 ひらじょう
hirajou
noun castle on the plains
平城 ひらじろ
hirajiro
noun castle on the plains
平山城 ひらやまじろ
hirayamajiro
noun castle on a hill in the plains, flatland-mountain castle
浮城 ふじょう
fujou
noun floating fortress, warship
不夜城 ふやじょう
fuyajou
noun nightless gay quarters, nightless city
平城 へいじょう
heijou
noun archaism ancient name of Nara
平城 へいぜい
heizei
noun archaism ancient name of Nara
名城 めいじょう
meijou
noun fine castle, famous castle
山城 やまじろ
yamajiro
noun mountain castle
来城 らいじょう
raijou
noun auxillary suru verb coming to a castle, visiting a castle
落城 らくじょう
rakujou
noun auxillary suru verb surrender (fall) of a castle
竜宮城 りゅうぐうじょう
ryuuguujou
noun Palace of the Dragon King
籠城 ろうじょう
roujou
noun auxillary suru verb siege, besieging, confinement, holding a castle
篭城 ろうじょう
roujou
noun auxillary suru verb siege, besieging, confinement, holding a castle