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Udamatsuyama Castle Ruins, Uda

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  • (2019.6.8) No.166, 100 largest city, the seal is located at the foot of the thousand sher. I was close to the eastern line of the railway, and after I won't be there, I came by bus in front of the station. After the seal was stamped, the siege path began to attack the city behind the building. At first the vehicle can drive the cement slow slope section, and then is the forest path, I came when it is rainy, the road is mud. The whole city trail commentary card is not many, there are some ish, but most of them are covered by lush weeds. Seal composition I did not find that day, and then to see other people on the network photos have found the composition, assessment may be because of rain and weedy, so I did not find, unfortunately. I guess the seal composition angle should be before Heaven shou Guo, the left angle of that slope.
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  • The mysterious castle Uda Matsuyama Castle. Until recent excavations, they remained veiled. In the early Edo period, when Masanori Fukushima's younger brother, Takaharu, was reorganized, it was thoroughly destroyed in just one month by the castle crack, which was the only work handled by Toshu Kobori. There was a sense of incongruity that the castle discount was done perfectly to such a place in the Edo period, and i think that the background that the daimyo of the old Toyotomi system had been purged was related. The castle becomes happy when thinking about the mystery of the old castle which was buried in the soil for about 400 years and left.
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  • You can go from the side of The Thousand Houses. It becomes a driveway at once, but it seems to be able to pass only the construction vehicle now, and it seems to be still a long way to be able to pass the general vehicle. So i think it's a good idea to park your car at the road station. If you come out with a sign board, you will see about 100 m left, and from here on out, you will see a mountain path. However, it was easy to walk because it was maintained neatly. Immediately Yokobori, Southwest Toraguchi The main circle comes out. There is a fallen tree, and there is a place of the traffic stop, too. I think it is wonderful when coming on a fine day because the view is good. From the sister of Senkensha Watch out for the bees. (Because it's this time? ) At The White Beard Daimeijin I heard a buzzing sound, so please be a little careful.
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  • Uda Matsuyama Castle is known as the castle of Fukushima Takaharu, the younger brother of Masanori Fukushima. Originally, Mr. Akiyama built the castle (Akiyama Castle) during the North-South dynasty, but in the Toyotomi administration, it became the residence of Yoshiyuki Ito, Mitsuyasu Kato, Masato Haneda, and Hidekind Taga, and a large-scale renovation was done and it moved to the castle of the early modern age. It can be seen that it was recognized as a key point of Yamato rule with Yamato-gun Yamashiro of Hidenaga Toyotomi and Takatocastle of Yasuharu Wakisaka. After the Battle of Sekikehara, Fukushima Takaharu entered the castle, but in 1615 (former Wa gen.) in the "Osaka Natsunojin", Takaharu was reformed and the castle was demolished by Toshu Kobori and other castles. The castle town has been selected as an important traditional building swarm preservation district, and it still has a graceful town.
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  • I came to the castle ruins by car, but it was difficult to understand where to park the car, but i managed to park at the station on the road. It is easy to walk because the mountain trail was maintained, but the taste which passes through the place like the mountain path comes out from the last 100m though it climbed when there is no taste. It is a feeling that is not groomed is a good feeling. Stones visible from the soil. There is no foundation on the top of the mountain, but the scenery of the surrounding mountains is wonderful! I am deeply moved by the view as it was 1,000 years ago.
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