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Stay in an authentic Japanese castle -- if you can spare $9,000

700-year-old fortress in Ehime and another in Nagasaki prepare for tourists

Ozu Castle, Ehime Prefecture: Overnight visitors will stay in the tenshu, the four-story tower.

TOKYO -- Japan has a new way to attract foreign tourists -- overnight castle stays.

Ozu Castle in Ehime Prefecture next April will begin allowing tourists to stay a night for 1 million yen ($9,250) per couple.

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