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Hamamatsu Castle

hamamatsu castle

Ieyasu Tokugawa spent 17 years in Hamamatsu Castle before moving to Sunpu. In addition to Tadakuni Mizuno, who is famous for the reform of the Tenpo, there are many people who have held important positions in the shogunate, and there is also the name of "Syusse-jyo(出世城)".

History of Hamamatsu Castle

100-2 Motoshiro-cho, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka

Hamamatsu Castle Keep Gate

hamamatsu castle tenshumon

It is a yaguramon made was restored in 2014. ​


100-2 Motoshiro-cho, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka


Futamata Castle Ruins

futamata castle ruins

Futamata Castle is a castle built at the point where the Tenryu River and Futamata River meet.

In the battle of Futamata Castle, Shingen Takeda's strategy destroyed the seirou with a large number of rafts and cut off the water. It is also famous as a place of tragedy where Nobuyasu Matsudaira, the eldest son of Ieyasu Tokugawa, was seppuku.

Futamata Castle Ruins and Tobayama Castle Ruins

990 Futamata, Futamata-cho, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka

Takane Castle Ruins

takane castle ruins

It is a mountain castle built by Okuyama clan , Nanboku-chō period. Takane castle was renovated after being dropped by Takeda's invasion of Totoumi. 

Takane Castle Ruins

​ Misakubocho Jitougata, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka

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