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Pseudonym reading Takahata Keizuka
Specified type Prefecture designation
Type Historic site
Designated date January 4, 1983
Specified details
location Morioka City Kawame
owner Individual
Holding group
Management organization
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The south is the Miyako Kaido that links the Miyako of the castle town Morioka and the Miyako of the Sanriku Coast to the east and west, and it is the Takahata Ichirizuka and Yanagawa Ichirizuka that two villages currently remain side by side.
It remains in a perfect shape of round earth wharf and is valuable.
North side mound: Diameter 6m 40 cm, height 2 m 40 cm.
South side mound: Diameter 7 m 20 cm, height 2 m 40 cm.