Miharu Castle 三春城

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Founder Tamura Yoshiaki
Year 1504
Type Mountaintop
Condition Ruins
Alternate Name 舞鶴城
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Historical Site Local Historic Site
Location Miharu, Fukushima
Map Google Map
Access Miharu Sta (Yuuyuu Abukuma Line); bus
Visitor Info. 24/7, free | Time Required: 40 minutes
Notes The bus stop closest to the castle is Miharu Machiyakuba (Town Hall), which can be reached on the bus bound for the famous Takizakura of Miharu.

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History The Tamura Clan founded this castle around 1504. Toyotomi Hideyoshi dispossessed the Tamura Clan later in the Senoku Period and the territory came under the control of Gamo Ujisato, who controlled Aizu. After the Tokugawa Shogunate was established Katō Yoshiaki in Aizu, and in 1627 he split of Miharu Domain for his younger brother, Katō Akitoki, but the next year there was a peasant uprising and so Matsumoto Nagatsuna, ruler of Nihonmatsu, took control. In 1644 Akita Akisue was installed as castellan and the Akita Clan governed until the Meiji Restoration.

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