Ishijini Castle is a castle in the Shakujii Park in Nerima-ku, Tokyo, and it is said that Mr. Teshima, who ruled this area until the fifteenth century, was attacked by the famous Ota road-irrigation that had built the Edo Castle in the Civilization 9 years (1477). A large base is left but no entry is allowed.
This is the ground base which is Ishijini castle ruins. It is said that the trace of the mansion is found on this as a result of the soil base investigation according to the explanation board which has been installed a lot in the inside although it is blocked and it does not put it.
Since the castle was abandoned in the Muromachi period, there are not so many documents and ruins, but I am glad that the explanation has been made as such. This is the explanation board of Tokyo. However, there are few figures because there is nothing.
Explanation board up. The inside of the enclosure is flat, and there is a large empty moat with a width of 12m depth 6m, and the ground base is higher than 3m now, and it was a considerably strong defense equipment.
Date of Visit: November, 2011
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