Let’s build a Japanese castle. First, remodel the terrain to make the “moat.” The area is 75 x 95 and 9 blocks deep. I make the stone walls in the moat. 39 × 51 10 block space Make this in the next three rows and put the stairs in the fifth row. From one staircase to the next, make each wall smaller and stretch it. I fill out the top (it is OK even if you do not do it). This will be the stone wall of the main castle tower. By the way, it’s 20 blocks high. For every 5 blocks (2 blocks on both ends only), place 14 block tall pillars. Connect the pillars horizontally seven blocks from the bottom and two blocks from the top. I also make walls out of nether quartz. Create the measurement surface in the same way. Now fill out the floor with full power by focusing on the mind and body, releasing huge energy, with overwhelmingly enhanced power. This is OK. I will now place columns on the floor I made just now (colors for explanation). Red and yellow columns are basically five blocks apart, and each end is only two blocks apart. Be careful, the rule changes for blue. Green is the set of columns 6 blocks apart on the blue line. Place a pile of logs three blocks wide in the middle. Extend the pillars.
Height: 21 29 39 30 13 Columns of the upper three colors will be connected two blocks from the top. Make a mark for the roof 1 block from the side pillar. I will stretch this to all directions and build it further. Decorate with bent corners. Do this for the whole and I will make rafters under the roof. The end looks like this. Put a half block in the middle, and extend the upside down stairs. With that, I stretch it all over. Apply this to the whole. Next, I extend the roof of the second floor to the pillar (wall). The shape is unified by the gentle inclination of the half block. It is completed if you stretch it all over. I also make the upper ones in this way. On the 4th floor, the front and rear half blocks will collide with the pillars first and so I fill up the empty sides. This is OK. Make a gabled roof on the top floor. Add shachihoko statues to both sides. While arranging the stone walls between them, make one more on the other side. Finally extend the roof downwards. 5 blocks The roof is complete. Next up is building the wall from the 3rd floor to the top floor. In this state, I set up a wall so that I can not make room for the time being. Under the wall, place a horizontal column. Repeat this and set up all the walls. Incidentally, the wall on the side of the top floor places the block properly in the back of the stone brick stairs. Finally, make a wall at the roof of the main building. The basic exterior is complete. Make windows with iron bars. The side is like this. Make the same on the other side. Let’s make gables (roof decorations). First is the middle of the 2nd floor. Make the wall extend outward. Make a roof mold and connect it. Decorate the wall. Connect well with rafters. The appearance is OK with this. The inside looks like this. Furthermore, make three gables on this. I form a roof between the windows I made earlier. Both ends are usually blocks and after that, it connects well with the existing roof. I scrape the inside. In this way I make a wall for the gable. It is finally completed with rafters and decorations. Make 2 of the same shape like this. However, only the upper one does not shave off the inner wall. On the top floor, set up a curved roof made on the 2nd floor with walls and decoration just like before and with this all of the gables in the front are done. I also do the same on the back side. Next is making a gable at the side. On the roof of the 4th floor make the same thing made on the top floor. Under it make a big gable. Successfully connect to the roof and wall of the 2nd floor and the 3rd floor. Scrape the roof and walls on the 3rd floor, and cut the roof of the 2nd floor by one line. Stretch the wood and place the same shape in front as well. Make a wall along this framework. More decorations. This also completes the side gable. The other side should also have the same structure. The exterior has been completed. Let’s work on the interior next. First turn the upper wool into nether quartz and remove green. Leave the blue for explanation and restore the others to the original. First off is the first floor. Appropriately cross-connect along the inner pillars. Fill in the holes with half blocks. Empty for the stairs. The inside of the blue wool is the center space inside the main castle tower. It is OK if you make a room here (this time leaving the pillar as the decoration). And at that moment, the dead “blue wool” disappears. “Sorry, I’m dead” In the corner of the first floor, make a facility called a “stone drop-off.” After opening the hole, I surround it, making a gap. Minimize the gap by using upside down stairs well. Let’s actually try using it. When the enemy attacks Drop stones from the inside to repel them. Arrange this powerful defense equipment at other corners. Next, I make wooden support beams from the pillars at the wall. After making it in all directions, it is now complete. Finally, decorate the stairs to the 2nd floor and add the handrails. This is a top and bottom door. Next is the 2nd floor. I make three rooms in the center space and also walls between the pillars appropriately. I also make a gable floor on the 3rd floor. Weapon hangs are reproduced around the center rooms of the 2nd floor with a tripwire hook. This room is an arsenal used for storing weapons. In addition, it seems that fireworks and spears are hanging in the actual castle. This is a warehouse. The sense of oppression of the pillar is amazing. At the end is a staircase room. In the same way as before, I also make the upper handrail now. And the 3rd floor. Increase the pillars to make walls and enclose the center. Make small rooms in 4 corners. The stairs are created at this position. Make the 4th floor with walls and pillars. Also, create floors for gables. The central space looks like this (commentary later). Cover the holes in the left and right sides of the huge gable. Make a corridor at a high position by attaching stairs to a narrow passage. This corridor is called a stone shelf, and it is a facility used to attack the enemy that entered from the lattice window. The 3rd floor is a floor used for defense. Inside and outside travel from the back door of the lower door A small corner room is a hidden warrior, a place where you can attack inside and outside through small holes. Weapons inside can surprise intruders. This is OK. I make the same on the other side. In addition, incorporate half blocks of stone in the center pillar on this floor, and reproduce it as if reinforcing it. This is OK. Provide a handrail on the stairs as in the example. 4th floor! Before this, I use stone bricks on top of a hidden warrior that I made earlier to connect it with the roof. Stand up the stairs and make the floor. No pillars from here. Since the central pillar only goes so far, fill the top with planks. This is OK. On the 4th floor place nothing but stairs so that it is an empty center space. Finally, make a handrail on the top floor. Lastly, the top floor. I make an altar used to worship a god here. The actual main castle tower also puts nothing much on the top floor, so it’s OK with this alone. Make the attic as well. Here is a small storage space. The interior of the main castle tower has been completed. From here I make parts other than the main castle tower, including an entrance. I build a stone wall as well as the gate. Build another building and connect with the passage I made now. Fit width and height to the main castle tower. 19 x 13 The roof here is to be made into a gabled roof like you did at the top floor. Tighten the difference in orientation well. I cover the first floor portion of this building with stone walls. I also connect rafters. The passage part is 1 block wide. The rest is to proceed in the same way as the main castle tower. I make the pathway to the building. Stretch the stone wall downward. The back is like this. Build the bridge crossing over the moat. Height is 7 I decorate using fences and anvils. I also decorate the lower part of the bridge. Apply this side to the other side as well, and the bridge is complete. It is easy to make the interior of the gate and building. Add a little wall to the large gable on the side. Finally, fill the moat with water… The Japanese castle has been completed. In fact, the main castle tower is only symbolized by appearance, it seems that there is no basic interior (except Azuchi Castle and Himeji Castle). Thank you for watching.