Komoro Castle[The feature on the castles; Japanese history]

小諸城:国の重要文化財 懐古園の入り口三の門 小諸城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

[Name castle]
Komoro Castle
Japan’s important cultural property. The third entrance of Kaikoen

Komoro Castle was the territory of Kansuke Yamamoto when Shingen Takeda was running Shinshu during the Sengoku period.

During Nobunaga Oda’s period it was owned by Kazumasu Takigawa, but through Honnoji-no-hen (the incident at the Honnoji Temple) and being defeated at the battle of Kanna river against Ujimasa Hojo who was ruling the Kanto region, he retreated to Ise Nagashima Castle.

小諸城:国の重要文化財 懐古園の入り口三の門 小諸城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

Under Toyotomi administration, Hideyoshi Toyotomi’s retainer, Hidehisa Sengoku, became the owner of the castle and he improved the castle and organized the town of the castle.

小諸城:国の重要文化財 懐古園の入り口三の門 小諸城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

When Toyotomi administration collapsed and Hidehisa Sengoku became the East troops (Ieyasu’s side) at the battle of Sekigahara, Hidehisa continued to be the owner for 50 thousand koku.

小諸城:国の重要文化財 懐古園の入り口三の門 小諸城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

After that the second generation of the Sengoku family moved to Shinshu Ueda, and other families became the owner, and eventually the owner became Yasushige Makino.

The Makino family survived through the Edo period, and continued to rule the region until Meiji restoration.

311-i, Komoro shi tei, Nagano 384-0804


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