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|English Name=Funehiki Castle
 
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|Japanese Name=船引城
 
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|Romaji Name=Funehiki-jo
 
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|Founder=Tamura Noriaki
 
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|Year Founded=1550-1580
Funehiki Castle
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|Castle Type=Hilltop
|Japanese Name=
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|Castle Condition=Ruins only
船引城
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|Historical Period=Pre Edo Period
|Romaji Name=
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|Access=Yuuyuu Abukuma Line, Funehiki Station, 15 min walk
Funehiki-jo
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|Visitor Information=24hr/free
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|Time Required=30 minutes
 
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|City=Tamura City
|Founder=
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|Prefecture=Fukushima Prefecture
Tamura Noriaki
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|Notes=A small site, all sign posts about the castle are gone. Today site of Akiba Shrine and a local park.  
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1550-1580
 
|Castle Type=
 
Hilltop
 
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Ruins only
 
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|Historical Period=
 
Pre Edo Period
 
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|Features=
 
 
 
|Access=
 
 
 
Yuuyuu Abukuma Line, Funehiki Station, 15 min walk  
 
 
 
|Visitor Information=
 
 
 
24hr/free  
 
 
 
|Time Required=
 
30 minutes
 
|City=
 
Tamura City, Fukushima Pref.
 
|Prefecture=
 
Fukushima Prefecture
 
|Notes=
 
 
 
 
 
A small site, all sign posts about the castle are gone. Today site of Akiba Shrine and a local park.  
 
 
   
 
   
 
  <p><a href="http://jcastle.info/mypage/home/503">Profile and photos contributed by AdamT</a></p>
 
  <p><a href="http://jcastle.info/mypage/home/503">Profile and photos contributed by AdamT</a></p>
 
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|History=Funehiki Castle is said to have been founded by, Tamura Noriaki, the second son of Tamura Yoshiaki, probably between 1560-1580. In 1586 the clan patriarch, Tamura Kiyoaki, died and a succession battle broke out. Tamura had married a member of the Sōma family but had not sired a legitimate heir, and the Sōma and Date rival clans subsequently fought for control. In 1588, after a failed assault on nearby Miharu Castle, where the Tamura were headquartered, Sōma Yoshitane holed up in Funehiki Castle. The Date sent a force to take Funehiki Castle but the Sōma fled. The Date were ultimately victorious and took control of Miharu Castle. Thereafter a succession of Tamura descendents ruled Funehiki Castle at the behest of the ascendant Date clan.
 
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Funehiki Castle is said to have been founded by, Tamura Noriaki, the second son of Tamura Yoshiaki, probably between 1560-1580. In 1586 the clan patriarch, Tamura Kiyoaki, died and a succession battle broke out. Tamura had married a member of the Sōma family but had not sired a legitimate heir, and the Sōma and Date rival clans subsequently fought for control. In 1588, after a failed assault on nearby Miharu Castle, where the Tamura were headquartered, Sōma Yoshitane holed up in Funehiki Castle. The Date sent a force to take Funehiki Castle but the Sōma fled. The Date were ultimately victorious and took control of Miharu Castle. Thereafter a succession of Tamura descendents ruled Funehiki Castle at the behest of the ascendant Date clan.
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Revision as of 12:51, 1 October 2017

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History

Funehiki Castle is said to have been founded by, Tamura Noriaki, the second son of Tamura Yoshiaki, probably between 1560-1580. In 1586 the clan patriarch, Tamura Kiyoaki, died and a succession battle broke out. Tamura had married a member of the Sōma family but had not sired a legitimate heir, and the Sōma and Date rival clans subsequently fought for control. In 1588, after a failed assault on nearby Miharu Castle, where the Tamura were headquartered, Sōma Yoshitane holed up in Funehiki Castle. The Date sent a force to take Funehiki Castle but the Sōma fled. The Date were ultimately victorious and took control of Miharu Castle. Thereafter a succession of Tamura descendents ruled Funehiki Castle at the behest of the ascendant Date clan.

Visit Notes

A small site, all sign posts about the castle are gone. Today site of Akiba Shrine and a local park.

<a href="http://jcastle.info/mypage/home/503">Profile and photos contributed by AdamT</a>


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Castle Profile
English Name Funehiki Castle
Japanese Name 船引城
Founder Tamura Noriaki
Year Founded 1550-1580
Castle Type Hilltop
Castle Condition Ruins only
Designations
Historical Period Pre Edo Period
Features
Visitor Information
Access Yuuyuu Abukuma Line, Funehiki Station, 15 min walk
Visitor Information 24hr/free
Time Required 30 minutes
Location Tamura City, Fukushima Prefecture
Coordinates 37° 26' 13.09" N, 140° 34' 26.11" E
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Year Visited Viewer Contributed
Added to Jcastle 2016


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