Ookawachi Castle[Castle Special Topic Japanese History]

大河内城:織田信長との籠城戦の末に降伏した北畠具教の居城 大河内城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

[Castle name]
Ohkawachi Castle
Where Tomonori Kitabatake surrendered after being attacked by Nobunaga Oda

Ohkawachi Castle is a mountain castle located in Matsuzaka, Mie. City Councilman Kitabatake ruled the land till beginning of Sengoku era.

大河内城:織田信長との籠城戦の末に降伏した北畠具教の居城 大河内城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

However, neighboring Nobunaga Oda decided to make Saito from Mino and Kitabatake from Ise his next target after conquering Owari. Oda placed Ichimasu Takigawa in charge of northern Ise and marched through the area.

大河内城:織田信長との籠城戦の末に降伏した北畠具教の居城 大河内城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

After taking over the northern Ise, Nobunaga tried to take control of all Ise. Tomonori Kitabatake and his son-in-law Tomofusa was sieged in Okawachi Castle. The battle ended after accepting Nobukatsu, Nobunaga’s second son, into the family.

大河内城:織田信長との籠城戦の末に降伏した北畠具教の居城 大河内城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

This was equivalent to surrendering. Okawachi Castle was abandoned after Nobukatsu Oda. Kitabatake changed Ise’s main castle to Tamaru castle.

大河内城:織田信長との籠城戦の末に降伏した北畠具教の居城 大河内城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

Okawachi, Matsuzaka-shi, Mie 515-1105


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