Ogi Castle [Castle Special Topic Japanese History]

小城城/アクセス・場所・地図 佐賀藩の支藩で二代藩主鍋島勝茂の嫡男鍋島元茂が築いた小城城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

[Castle name]
Ogi Castle
It was built by Nabeshima Motoshige, the son of the second clan master Nabeshima Katsushige.

Ogi Castle is a flatland castle located in Ogi Town, Ogi City, Saga Province.
Officially it is Jinya, but it is normally called Ogi Castle.

小城城/アクセス・場所・地図 佐賀藩の支藩で二代藩主鍋島勝茂の嫡男鍋島元茂が築いた小城城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

Genwa 2 year (1616), it was built by [Nabeshima Motoshige], the son of the second clan master Nabeshima Katsushige. Motoshige was the eldest son, but not the wife’s child. Therefore, the second son [Tadanao] inherited.

小城城/アクセス・場所・地図 佐賀藩の支藩で二代藩主鍋島勝茂の嫡男鍋島元茂が築いた小城城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

Tadanao was the wife of Katsushige. Katsushige gave Motoshige 73000 stones and established Ogi Clan. After that, it was the sub-clan of Mr. Nabeshima throughout Edo Period until the end of Shogunate.

小城城/アクセス・場所・地図 佐賀藩の支藩で二代藩主鍋島勝茂の嫡男鍋島元茂が築いた小城城【日本の歴史 お城特集】

Ogi High School is built on the current Ogi Castle ruins, and stone bridge is left at the front. In addition, Sakuraoka Park is built on the garden ruins.

Ogi Town, Ogi City, Saga Province (Current: Ogi High School)


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