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Takeda Clan Castle Ruins Historical Site史跡武田氏館跡

Castle / Ruins of Castle

This historical site, one of Yamanashi's most famous, was the home of Takeda Nobutora, Takeda Shingen, and Takeda Katsuyori, three successive generations of the lords of the Takeda Clan. Also known as Tsutsujigasaki Castle, this square castle built by Takeda Nobutora was one of the largest Warring States period residences in eastern Japan. Excavations of the site continue to this day. Improvements of the site are being made ahead of 2019, the 500th anniversary of Nobutora relocating his government to Tsutsujigasaki.

place

Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Kofuchumachi 2611

phone 0552237324
place

Walking freely

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Address

Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Kofuchumachi 2611 [map]

Phone

0552237324

Hours
Walking freely
Closed
Walking freely
Fees
No admission fee is required
Credit Card
Not available

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          Yamanashi prefecture is the proud home of one of Japan’s most celebrated icons: Mount Fuji. Although the mountain straddles both Yamanashi and Shizuoka, the most breathtaking views of Fuji-san can be seen from the Fuji Five Lakes north of the mountain in Yamanashi prefecture. The plethora of outdoor activities in and around the lakes all have the benefit of the country’s highest mountain as their backdrop, and we can assure you that it is an unforgettable sight.

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