Yoshida Castle (Ibaraki)

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Founded by the Yoshida Clan, vassals of the Daijō Clan. In 1590 when the Satake Clan defeated the Edo Clan at Mito Castle, Yoshida Castle was abandoned.

Visit Notes

Now the site of Jōshōji (a temple). Along the temple causeway should be trenches but I didn't see them unfortunately, probably due to the overgrowth in summer. Picture shows approach to temple.


Castle Profile
English Name Yoshida Castle (Ibaraki)
Japanese Name 常陸吉田城
Founder Yoshida Seikan
Year Founded
Castle Type Hilltop
Castle Condition Ruins only
Historical Period Pre Edo Period
Features trenches
Visitor Information
Access Mito Station on the Joban Line
Visitor Information Free
Time Required 30 minutes
Location Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture
Coordinates 36° 21' 27.79" N, 140° 29' 25.33" E
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