Ichinoseki Castle[Castle Special Topic Japanese History]

一関城:伊達政宗の妻の実家田村氏(田村建顕)の居城 一関城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

[Castle Name]
Ichinoseki Castle
A castle of Ichinoseki castle by Masamune DATE, wife of Masamune DATE (Kenken TAMURA)

[Description of the castle]
Ichinoseki Castle was a castle in Tsuriyama, Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture, as a branch domain of the Sendai Domain, and it was close to the building (Jinya) rather than a castle, but it built a moat, and the Tenshu was not no longer built in the Honmaru but it was a territory of the Katsurakasai clan during the Sengoku period (period of warring states), and the Katsurakasai clan did not participate in the’ Odawara Conquest’ of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and after that, Hideyoshi’s favorite retainer,’ Kimura Son’, received the territory of the Kasai clan.

一関城:伊達政宗の妻の実家田村氏(田村建顕)の居城 一関城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

However, Kimura and his father and son were responsible for the uprising by the remnants of the Kasai clan, and after that, when “Date Masamune” moved from Iwadeyama Castle to Sendai, the Castle was incorporated into the territory of the Date family, and the family of the family of the Date family was appointed as the lord of the Date family, but the Tamura family was a legitimate wife of Masamune DATE. * By the way, the Tamura family was a legitimate wife of Masamune DATE, the third koku.

一関城:伊達政宗の妻の実家田村氏(田村建顕)の居城 一関城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

The Tamura clan did not enter the residence of Tsuriyama where the Kasai clan and the Rusa clan resided, and built a Jinya at the foot of the fishing mountain, where the Tamura clan served as the lord of the castle throughout the Edo period, and the Meiji Restoration came to the end of the Edo period.

The Tamura family was a branch domain of the Date family, but it was treated as daimyo (feudal lord) by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and “the old Seki Castle Remains” is now Tsuriyama Park.

Ichinoseki City Castle, Iwate Prefecture


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