The 240th: Stone Mountain Castle (considered one of the North Korean sending troops front base)
Stone FortressThe castle was in Tsushima City, Nagasaki Prefecture.
Currently, it is built on the 190 m Stone MountainIshiyama Forest ParkBut we do not know the detailed history. From the situation of the location and the ruinsHideyoshi ToyotomiOfSending troops (the role of Bunroku-Keicho)It is thought that it was built as a base at the forefront when. In ancient times,Niya isThere is aSakimoriIt is said that it was defended.
[Left] in the second enclosure as there is also in the Guide boardIshigakiAre left.
The part which jutting out of the south side of two Guo was also artificially cut-flat, and there is a possibility that it was a melody like the sight.
It seems to have been a castle to prepare for the foreign enemy as a base of the Korean sending troops at the northern end of Tsushima with the firing fortress located across the bay. Because of the bad weather, there was no one, and I felt very lonely in the end.
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