No. 259: Ota Castle (base of brotherhood dropped by water attack)
Ota CastleIs a castle in Wakayama city, Wakayama Prefecture.
At the close of Wakayama station, Ota Castle has erased most of its appearance due to the modernization of the modern land.
HistoricallyBitin Takamatsu CastleAndShinobu CastleWithJapan three great water attacksBecause they can countHideyoshi HashibaIt is known as the castle which was defeated by the army’s water attack. The power of Kishu which reversed revolt in the process of unification of Hideyoshi will be destroyed one after another. The Brotherhood remnants of the ZogaOta Sakon MunimasaAs a general, Hideyoshi make an example Ota castle as a water-attack, and eventually brotherhood surrendered to the execution of the mastermind.
Left: On the north side of the RaikōjiKoyama MoundIs assumed to be a mound which buried the neck of the dead, but it seems to have moved the one which was originally in the place in the southeast further.
【 Right 】 Raikōji to about 250m northeastDaimonIt was said that there was a bridge of the old Daimon River and I think this neighborhood.
Left: The east side of the castle area flows to the south of the old Daimon River.OTA waterAppears.
This is where Hideyoshi pulled the water.Miyai RiverIt seems to be a part of.
[Right] this isIzumi TsutsumiIt is called, and the embankment that Hideyoshi made when the water attack was built. There is only this place left now.
It is buried in the city area, and it is said that the three great water attacks, but Ota Castle is the impression of Ichijo taste.
However, the traces of the water attack were left, and we went on to go.
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