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|History=Ina Castle is thought to have been constructed by Honda Sadanori in the 1450s. The Triple Hollyhock Tokugawa Mon (crest) is thought to have been derived from the Tachibana crest of the Honda Clan. After the Honda Clan, the Imagawa Clan also controlled the castle. Then the Tokugawa Clan conquered the castle. In 1590 the castle was abandoned with the Tokugawa Ieyasu's relocation to Edo.
 
|History=Ina Castle is thought to have been constructed by Honda Sadanori in the 1450s. The Triple Hollyhock Tokugawa Mon (crest) is thought to have been derived from the Tachibana crest of the Honda Clan. After the Honda Clan, the Imagawa Clan also controlled the castle. Then the Tokugawa Clan conquered the castle. In 1590 the castle was abandoned with the Tokugawa Ieyasu's relocation to Edo.
 
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Latest revision as of 14:47, 26 April 2020

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History

Ina Castle is thought to have been constructed by Honda Sadanori in the 1450s. The Triple Hollyhock Tokugawa Mon (crest) is thought to have been derived from the Tachibana crest of the Honda Clan. After the Honda Clan, the Imagawa Clan also controlled the castle. Then the Tokugawa Clan conquered the castle. In 1590 the castle was abandoned with the Tokugawa Ieyasu's relocation to Edo.

Visit Notes

Ina Castle is a flatland medieval castle ruin with a reconstructed miyagura (watch tower). It's earthen remains consist of the shukuruwa (main bailey) and a large, bulky segment of dorui (earth-piled rampart).


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Castle Profile
English Name Ina Castle
Japanese Name 伊奈城
Founder Honda Sadanori
Year Founded 1450s
Castle Type Flatland
Castle Condition No main keep but other buildings
Designations
Historical Period Pre Edo Period
Artifacts Kuruwa, Dorui, Miyagura (reconstructed)
Features turrets
Visitor Information
Access Nishikozakai Station on the Tokaidou Main Line; 20 minute walk
Visitor Information 24/7 free; park
Time Required 30 mins
Location Toyokawa, Aichi Prefecture
Coordinates 34° 47' 38.76" N, 137° 20' 3.91" E
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Year Visited Viewer Contributed
Contributor ART
Added to Jcastle 2020


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