Matsuto Castle [Castle Special Topic Japanese History]

松任城/アクセス・場所・地図 賤ヶ岳の戦いの恩賞として前田利長が拝領した松任城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

[Castle name]
Matsuto Castle
Matsuto Castle Toshinaga Maeda was awarded as a prize of Shizugatake battle.

Matsuto Castle is a castle in Hakusan castle town, Ishikawa prefecture.
It is said that Matsutoya Norihiko built it in the early Kamakura period.

松任城/アクセス・場所・地図 賤ヶ岳の戦いの恩賞として前田利長が拝領した松任城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

Tensho 8th year (1580) Oda family’s Hokuriku region Supervisor “Shibata Katsuya” dropped Matsushige Castle, the vassal’s “Tokuyama Norihide” came in. After that, when Hideyoshi Hoshiba and Shibata Katsuya broke out in the 11th year of Tensho (1583), Hideyoshi won overwhelmingly, the Katsue destroyed himself in Kitano Castle.
Originally Katsue “Maeda Toshiya” indirectly sidelined by Hideyoshi by looking at the battle this time, and Matsutoyo Castle 40 thousand Jewels were given to the eldest son “Toshiki” as its award. In the battle of Sekigahara in Keicho 5 (1600), the Maeda family kept the house with the Tokugawa family.

松任城/アクセス・場所・地図 賤ヶ岳の戦いの恩賞として前田利長が拝領した松任城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

“Naoshi Akasato” which belonged to the army of the Otani Yoshinobu (West Army) in this battle is reformed after the defeat, but Maeda Toshinaga is greeted at 7 thousand stones and appointed Matsushige Castle. In addition, when entering the Edo era, the first national castle decree was issued and Matsushige Castle became abandoned.

松任城/アクセス・場所・地図 賤ヶ岳の戦いの恩賞として前田利長が拝領した松任城【お城特集 日本の歴史】

Currently it is being developed as “Matsushige Castle Ruins Park”.

Shiroki town, Hakusan city, Ishikawa Prefecture 924 0872


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