Standing at the center of the city this large tower houses a bell (not the original) that was rung to alert the locals if invaders were coming. When it was constructed 1384 the Emperor could never have imagined that today his tower would sit surrounded by never ending city traffic at probably the busiest intersection in the city. It is worth the walk up to see the wooden roof - but more interesting is to watch that traffic and some of the hair raising near misses as the vehicles zoom around. Great for a photo when the tower is lit up at night
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