Saikumafuru Yashiki

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History

Saikumafuru-yashiki is thought to have been the residence of Hikida Yukinobu in the 15th century. The shrine on site today, Shirahige-jinja, retains a waniguchi (a type of gong), donated by Yukinobu in 1501. The Hikida were a Mikawa-based clan with territory in Shitara and Atsumi counties. The exact relation of the Hikida in Nukata County with those other branches is unknown, but the clan is believed to have controlled Hadanashi valley in the late Muromachi period. After Hikida Yukinobu, there was a Hikida Kanbē recorded as castellan of Tonbyūjō to the north. The yashiki was likely abandoned in the 16th century.


Visit Notes

Saikumafuru-yashiki, or just Saikuma-yashiki, is a medieval residence site in Hadanashi Township, Okazaki Municipality. The site is now that of Shirahige Shrine, and no ruins remain. The shrine contains a gong dating to 1501 which was handed down by the lord of the manor.




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English Name Saikumafuru Yashiki
Japanese Name 才熊古屋敷
Alternate Names Saikuma-yashiki (才熊屋敷 )
Founder Hikida Yukinobu
Year Founded 15th Century
Castle Type Fortified Manor
Castle Condition Ruins only
Historical Period Pre Edo Period
Features
Visitor Information
Access I cycled from Okazaki. 'Hello Cycle' rental bicycles are available in Okazaki.
Visitor Information 24/7 free; shrine
Time Required 5 minutes
Location Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture
Coordinates 34° 57' 41.33" N, 137° 14' 46.97" E
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