Takeda Hyogosuke Yashiki

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Takeda-Hyōgosuke-yashiki, as the name suggests, was the fortified residence of Takeda Hyōgosuke, also called Takeda Nobuzane, a military leader of the early 16th century. Takeda Nobutora’s fifth son, Takeda Nobuzane was a younger brother of Takeda Shingen.

See also: Nikaidou Yakata

Visit Notes

The site of the Takeda-Hyōgosuke-yashiki is now the site of Matsuo-jinja, a shrine in the Koyashiki (‘Small Residence’) area of Enzan Township, Kōshū Municipality. To the rear of the shrine is a long row of dorui (earthen ramparts), remnants of a fortified residence. This wall probably extended further to the east, but there a school now stands.


Castle Profile
English Name Hyougosuke Yashiki
Japanese Name 武田兵庫助屋敷
Alternate Names Takeda-Hyōgosuke-yakata
Founder Takeda Hyōgosuke
Year Founded Early 16th Century
Castle Type Fortified Manor
Castle Condition Ruins only
Historical Period Pre Edo Period
Artifacts Dorui
Visitor Information
Access Nearest station is Enzan Station on the Chūō Main Line
Visitor Information 24/7 free; shrine
Time Required 10 minutes
Location Kōshū, Yamanashi Prefecture
Coordinates 35° 43' 47.50" N, 138° 43' 4.51" E
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Added to Jcastle 2022
Contributor ART
Admin Year Visited Viewer Contributed
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