Miyachi Yashiki

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History

The Miyachi-yashiki was an Edo period yashiki, constructed in 1603, used to house the officiates and caretakers of Inugashira-jinja, a shrine located to the south. The yashiki was abandoned sometime during the Bakumatsu period. Honda Shigetsugu was born in the area in 1529.


Visit Notes

The site of Miyachi-yashiki is now a residential area, but some dorui (earthen ramparts) are believed to remain around an old home, albeit now lined with modern-style stone-piled retaining walls. To the south is the ‘Dog’s Head Shrine’, a related historical site. The shrine has a stele commemorating it as the birthplace of Honda Shigetsugu (1529-1596).

Note: this site is Miyachi-yashiki in historical Nukata County, not to be confused with Miyachifuru Yashiki in historical Hekikai County, both in Mikawa Province / Aichi Prefecture.




Gallery
  • Dorui remnants
  • Inugashira Shrine


Castle Profile
English Name Miyachi Yashiki
Japanese Name 宮地屋敷
Founder
Year Founded 1603
Castle Type Fortified Manor
Castle Condition Ruins only
Historical Period Edo Period
Artifacts Dorui
Features
Visitor Information
Access Okazaki Station (JR) on the Tōkaidō Main Line; 13 minute walk to Miyachi-chō
Visitor Information Access Limited
Time Required 15 minutes
Location Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture
Coordinates 34° 55' 47.50" N, 137° 8' 55.36" E
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Admin
Added to Jcastle 2023
Contributor ART
Admin Year Visited Viewer Contributed
Friends of JCastle
Jōkaku Shashin Kiroku
Aichi Shiro


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