Nanao Castle[Castle Special Topic Japanese History]

七尾城:能登守護職畠山氏が治め戦国時代には織田家と上杉氏が激しく激突した七尾城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

[Castle name]
Nanao Castle
a castle ruled by Minister Noto Hatakeyama; the Oda force and the Uesugi force fought over the castle in Sengoku era

[Description]
Nanao Castle was a castle built on a mountain by Mitsunori Hatakeyama, Noto minister. It was a small fort at first, and administrative office was located in Fuchu Nanao-shi.

During the Sengoku era, many feudal chiefs gained power in each territory and were opposed to each other. The Hatakeyama clan officially moved to Nanao Castle for better security and protection. Nanao Castle was chosen for one of top five solidified mountain castles.

七尾城:能登守護職畠山氏が治め戦国時代には織田家と上杉氏が激しく激突した七尾城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

In 1576, Kenshin Uesugi from Ecchu Echigo invaded Noto. Although Nanao Castle withstood for about a year of siege, the castle surrendered due to the fall-out within the Hatakeyama clan. Tsugutsura Cho suggested to keep fighting while waiting for the support troops from the Oda force. Tsugumitsu Yusa and Kagetaka Nukui insisted that they accept a defeat against Kenshin Uesugi.

七尾城:能登守護職畠山氏が治め戦国時代には織田家と上杉氏が激しく激突した七尾城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

The Cho family, who sided with Nobunaga Oda, was murdered. The sudden death of Kenshin Uesugi turned the table, and the Oda force won back Nanao Castle. Nagayori Sugaya was appointed as the chief. Afterwards, Toshiie Maeda ruled the land of Noto, and abandoned Nanao Castle due to its inconvenient location.

七尾城:能登守護職畠山氏が治め戦国時代には織田家と上杉氏が激しく激突した七尾城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

Nanao Castle is nominated as 34th of top 100 castles in Japan.

七尾城:能登守護職畠山氏が治め戦国時代には織田家と上杉氏が激しく激突した七尾城【お城特集 日本の歴史】






[Address,access]
Furushiro-machi Nanao-shi, ishikawa 926-0025

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