For $430, You Can Stay in the Einzbern Castle in France from Fate/stay Night

Japanese blogger Kazupi stayed overnight and made their dreams come true

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Twitter user and Japanese blogger Kazupi embarks on many missions around the world, hunting down interesting places from Japanese pop-culture. Primarily from anime. One such place found during their travels was from the popular Fate franchise and seen in Fate/stay night, the Einzbern Castle in France, based off the real life Chateau de Brissac!

 

 

While Japan has many castles – relics from the Edo era or beyond – they’re usually set up as museums for the public to learn about the history of the castles and its old inhabitants. Europe on the other hand, rents out its castles for people to stay the night, film movies, or in Kazupi’s case, take cosplay photos inside and around the castle.

 

According to the tweets, the staff at the castle were very accommodating, and for only 46,000 yen (US$430), you can stay the night. If you only want to tour the palace of the Einzberns, you can for 10 euros (US$11).

 

 

This isn’t the only castle the Einzbern Castle is based off. The Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany has elements taken for the exterior, and Haddon Hall, Chatsworth House, and Nostell Priory in England being used for references for the interior. Neuschwanstein Castle was used more for references in Fate/Zero, while Chateau de Brissac was used more for the Fate/stay night Unlimited Blade Works anime series.

 

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Source: Sazanami via Otakomu

 


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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza and posts photo of his travels on Instagram

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