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

一戸城/アクセス・場所・地図 南部家の一族一戸政連の居城 九戸政実の乱では激しい籠城戦 一戸城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

[Castle name]
Ichinohe Castle
Ichinohe Masatsura, who was related to the Nambu family, lived in it. There was a tough siege in Kunohe Masazane Rebellion.

Ichinohe Castle used to stand on a plateau in Ichinohe Town, Ninohe District, Iwate Prefecture.
It was composed of four walls including the cliff of Mabuchi River.

It was built by Nambu Yoshizane, the second lord of the Ichinohe Nambu family, in the Muromachi period.
In the 9th year of the Tensho period (1581), the head Ichinohe Masatsura and his son were killed by Tairadate Masakane and the main branch of the Ichinohe family got extinct. After that, Ichinohe Zusho, who lived with Kunohe Masazane, became the lord.

一戸城:南部家の一族一戸政連の居城 九戸政実の乱では激しい籠城戦 一戸城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

However, Nambu Nobunao didn’t admit it and robbed Ichinohe Castle. He assigned his man Kitahidechika the head.
In the 19th year of the Tensho period (1591), Kunohe Masazane raised the standard of revolt (Kunohe Masazane Rebellion). Ichinohe castle residents saved it after a siege.

一戸城:南部家の一族一戸政連の居城 九戸政実の乱では激しい籠城戦 一戸城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

After that, it was destroyed for a policy of the shogunate.
Now, the ruin is used as Ichinohe Park.

1012 Kitamata, Aya Town, Higashi Morokata District, Miyazaki Prefecture 880-1302


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