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Minowa Castle Ruins箕輪城跡

Castle / Ruins of Castle

These famous castle ruins are located approximately 30 minutes from the Kan’etsu Expressway Takasaki Interchange and Maebashi Interchange. Minowa castle was built in the Sengoku Period by Nagano Narimasa. It was known as an impregnable castle that prevented Takeda Shingen’s attacks numerous times but was abandoned in the time of Ii Naomasa. The ruins of the castle gate, wall and drainage system remain, and many are unchanged from when the castle was governed by Ii Naomasa. It was designated as a national Historic Site in 1987 and selected as one of Japan’s top 100 castles. There is a battle event every year in October, during the Minowa Castle Festival, where the warriors form two groups, Takeda side and Nagano side, which try to attack and defend the castle.

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Gunma Pref. Takasakishi Misatomachihigashiakiya ・ Nishiakiya (Maebashi / TakasakiArea)

phone 0273211292

Review of Minowa Castle Ruins

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Reviewed:2017/12/14 Oid Japan Castle
Japan Castle that they are usually called Ciro. Its a tall structure. But this Minowa Castle Ruins is more old. A long time ago king was build Castle where defend place by an enemy. Here is good...
Reviewed:2019/11/04 祭りの後
訪ねた日は祭りの翌日か、皆さんが片付けに一生懸命でした。百名城スタンプを集めるために訪問しましたが、スタンプが別の場所なので気を付けて。
Reviewed:2019/08/31 箕輪城は凄かったんだ
その昔は箕輪城って凄かったんだなあと思わせる。歴史を感じる。よく管理されているのに感心した。もう少し観光客が来ると良いのに。

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Address
Gunma Pref. Takasakishi Misatomachihigashiakiya ・ Nishiakiya [ map ]
Area
Maebashi / TakasakiArea
Phone
0273211292
Parking Lot
Available(78spaces)

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