Kanagasaki Castle [Castle feature Japanese history]

金ヶ崎城/アクセス・地図・場所 浅井長政と朝倉義景との挟撃により信長が窮地に陥った 金ヶ崎城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

[Castle name]
Kanegasaki Castle
Kanegasaki Castle, where Nobunaga falls in trouble due to the interception between Asai’s Nagamasa and Asakura Yoshiro.

Kanegasaki Castle is a mountain castle located in Kanegasaki Town, Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture.
It is said that it was the first time that “Hiradori Sakari” built a castle here for the fight against “Kiso Yoshinaka” at the start of Fukuiken disorder (Genpei battle).

金ヶ崎城/アクセス・地図・場所 浅井長政と朝倉義景との挟撃により信長が窮地に陥った 金ヶ崎城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

In the Nanboku era, “Ashikaga Takauji” went up to Kyoto, so Yoshisada Nitta escaped to Hokuriku along with Prime Minor and Prince Takaharu entered the Kanagasaki castle. Kenmu 3rd year (1336) Ashikaga’s “Shiba Takastune” in Echizen Guardian started attacking Kanagasaki castle and besieged the castle. After all, the castle falls, afterwards “Kai” of the Echizen guardian’s will be the castle owner.

金ヶ崎城/アクセス・地図・場所 浅井長政と朝倉義景との挟撃により信長が窮地に陥った 金ヶ崎城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

When entering the Sengoku Era, the power of Echizen Guardian will weaken, Asakura Kanetsugu will become a real guardian. In Kanagasaki Castle “Asakura” was placed as Asakura’s castle.
When Yokota Nobunaga invaded Echizen like Angry Waves (1570), “Kanagasaki Castle” was castled and Shingenba retreated to Higashihisa the first country of origin. However, just around that time, “Asai’s Nagamasa” moved away from Nobunaga and planned to pinch it with Asakura. Nobunaga withdrew only a small number of vassals to Kyoto alone.

金ヶ崎城/アクセス・地図・場所 浅井長政と朝倉義景との挟撃により信長が窮地に陥った 金ヶ崎城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

Nobunaga who arranged the organization once again invaded Echizen again, dropped Kanagasaki Castle and attacked to the first ride of the valley. Asakura has ruin here. The current Kanegasaki Castle Ruins have been converted into parks, and there are remnants such as bends and ruins.

Izumi Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture 914-0072


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