Hokkyu Jin'ya

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History

Hokkyū-jin'ya was founded in 1651 by Ishikawa Fusauji, a hatamoto, to administer the township of Hokkyū. Hokkyū was valued at 3,000 koku, but Lord Fusauji's holdings later increased to 4,000 koku. The jin'ya functioned until the abolition of feudalism in the Meiji period.


Visit Notes

Hokkyū-jin'ya is a jin'ya site in Hokkyū Township, Okazaki Municipality. Now the site is a nursery, but the modest ishigaki (stone walls) were built for the jin'ya. There is also a signboard.




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English Name Hokkyu Jin'ya
Japanese Name 保久陣屋
Founder Ishikawa Fusauji
Year Founded 1651
Castle Type Hilltop
Castle Condition Ruins only
Historical Period Edo Period
Artifacts Ishigaki
Features stone walls
Visitor Information
Access I cycled from downtown Okazaki.
Visitor Information Access Limited
Time Required 15 minutes
Location Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture
Coordinates 35° 0' 35.93" N, 137° 18' 12.85" E
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Admin
Added to Jcastle 2024
Contributor ART
Admin Year Visited Viewer Contributed
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Jōkaku Shashin Kiroku
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Jōshi Meguri Bibōroku
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