Azaka Castle[Castle Special Topic Japanese History]

阿坂城:織田信長家臣木下藤吉郎により落城 北畠家家臣 大宮入道含忍斎の居城 阿坂城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

[Castle name]
Azaka Castle
Kitabatake’s vassal Fushinobu Toki surrendered this castle to Oda Nobunaga’s vassal Kinoshita Toukichirou

[Explanation]
Azaka Castle is a castle that exist in the current Mie Prefecture Matsusaka city Osaka Town.

In the second year of Kemmu (1335), “Kitabatake Chikafusa” entered Ise country with three of his sons Akiie, Akinobu and Akiyoshi. Azaka Castle is one of the castle he noticed.

阿坂城:織田信長家臣木下藤吉郎により落城 北畠家家臣 大宮入道含忍斎の居城 阿坂城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

Castle ruins consist of the southern and northern parts, the southern part was called Hakumai castle and the northern part was called shiinoki castle. According to Oda Nobunaga’s Ise capture plan, it was Kinoshita Toukichoro (Toyotomi Hideyoshi) who received an attack order. And castle fell. Due to the falling of Azaka Castle, the crisis came close to ‘Anotsu Castle’ and ‘Okawa castle’ which was also said be the headquarters of the Kitabata family.

In fact, both castles have fallen away after this. In Shouwa 57th year (1982), Azaka Castle Ruins was designated as a national historic site.






[Address, Access]
Mie Prefecture Matsusaka city Osaka Town Musume Mountain

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