Visit this place only if you have nothing else to do. It is deserted, nobody was there during our visit, and now I understand why: there is nothing to see. To visit the castle you have to pay 750 Yen entrance fee, only to see some German costumes. On ground floor you may purchase Boklunder sausages from Slesvig-Holstein and Lowenbrau from Munich. That's it.
There is a big palace, erected in Brabant style,, evidently years ago used as a hotel; now closed. The whole village lets you in a miserable impression.
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