Tono City Tono Town
Nabekura Park and others
Terrain and remains
It is a mountain castle built on Nabekurayama, an independent hill located at the foot of Bizan, which rises to the south of Tono Basin, and its elevation is around 340 meters. The remains of present-day remains are from the early modern period, those in the middle century are unknown.
Honmaru (120 meters × 24 meters) is located at the center, Ninomaru (88 meters × 45 meters) to the south across the empty moat, and Sanoh (135 meters × 29 meters) to the northeast of the main circle. Shigehito lives in the castle, and it seems that Nitta and Ninomaru had houses of Mr. Nitta and Mr. Nakadate and Mr. Fukuda of Minomaru. There is an earthen on the west side of Honmaru, and Honmaru and Ninomaru are also seen as a foundation stone. The moats are also seen in various places, and in addition to the space between Honmaru and Ninomaru, the west side of Honmaru and the west side of Nimaru Maru (Yukisubori) are also recognized.
Honmaru's building was originally open, and changed to open after the fire of the Qian'an (1468-1651). A moat of board fence was on the way to Honmaru. The outer circle of the Ninomaru seems to be a fence.
On the west, north, and east of the foothills, there are various residences, and there are the townhouse, the lower set at the west end of the town, the middle set at the north end, and the upper set at the east end. The Sannomaru currently has a tower-like “Nagora observation deck”.
Mr. Asonuma's residence in the Middle Ages. Mr. Asanuma was originally based in Yokota Castle (Gomado Castle, now Tono City Matsuzaki-cho Yokota). Yokota Castle is located in the northern northern part of Tono Basin, on the northern shore of Saruga Ishikawa, about 300 meters above sea level and 35 to 40 meters high relative to the riverbed. In the early years of Tensho (1573-1591) (also with the theory of middle), he moved his headquarters to Nabekurayama. Nabakura Castle is also known as Yokota Castle or Shin-Yokota Castle, after the name of Mr. Asanuma's former castle.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi's Oshu's mission ended the 400-year-old rule of Mr. Amyanuma since the Kamakura period, and Keio 6 (1601) Tono falls under Mr. Nambu's rule. The castle was initially placed, but considering the deterioration of security due to the remnant of Mr. Adanuma and the importance of being a border with Sendai, the southern 27th generation Tonao Naoyoshi, Naioi, is a powerful family along with the southern Sannohe. It is decided to control this land in Nayashi, and Kanaya 4 years (1627) direct sense enters Tono, and the age of 12,500 stones of Tono Nanbu about 240 years will continue until the Meiji Restoration.
Place: Tono City Matsuzakicho
Nabekura Castle ... About 5 minutes by car from Tono Station Yokota Castle ... About 10 minutes by car from Tono Station