Tanaka Castle Mini Museum

Tanaka castle was the residence of the Wani clan, one of the clans of the Higo Province. The castle is famous for its role in the “Higo Revolt” of 1587 in which the castle, with a garrison of under 1,000 defenders, stood against an army of over 10,000 Toyotomi men and survived a siege of around 40 days.
The Tanaka Castle Mini Museum is home to dioramas and information panels that provide a life-like and easy-to-understand explanation of the attack on the castle using the latest projection mapping technology.