Takeda Castle Ruins, Hyogo, Japan. Takeda Castle was built on this site in the path of aggression between Harima/Tanba and Tajima regions as a stronghold of Izushi Castle. It was built by Ohtagaki Mitsukage, a retainer of Yamana Sozen, lord of the area, in 1441. Ohtagaki, who had been a military commander of the Yamana clan for 5 generations became lord of the castle.

Takeda Castle Ruins, Hyogo, Japan. Takeda Castle was built on this site in the path of aggression between Harima/Tanba and Tajima regions as a stronghold of Izushi Castle. It was built by Ohtagaki Mitsukage, a retainer of Yamana Sozen, lord of the area, in 1441. Ohtagaki, who had been a military commander of the Yamana clan for 5 generations became lord of the castle.

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KOBE | Takeda Castle Ruins    http://www.hyogo-tourism.jp/english/spot/103_takedacastle.html    https://maps.google.co.jp/maps?lr=lang_en=Takeda+Castle+Ruins=utf-8=en=UTF-8

KOBE | Takeda Castle Ruins http://www.hyogo-tourism.jp/english/spot/103_takedacastle.html https://maps.google.co.jp/maps?lr=lang_en=Takeda+Castle+Ruins=utf-8=en=UTF-8

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Japan - Takeda Castle / Hyogo    Takeda castle was destroyed 400 years ago but the stone wall still exists in its original style. Among Japan's castles, Takeda castle is regarded as one of the finest.

Japan - Takeda Castle / Hyogo Takeda castle was destroyed 400 years ago but the stone wall still exists in its original style. Among Japan's castles, Takeda castle is regarded as one of the finest.

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Takeda Castle Ruin in Asago, Hyogo, Japan  「写真提供 吉田利栄」 (photo by Toshihisa Yoshida)  from Asago City Office Web

Takeda Castle Ruin in Asago, Hyogo, Japan 「写真提供 吉田利栄」 (photo by Toshihisa Yoshida) from Asago City Office Web

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