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Kozuki Castle: The Land of the ruin of the castle and Amako twice in half a year between ODA and Mori.


Kozuki Castle: The Land of the ruin of the castle and Amako twice in half a year between ODA and Mori.

The Kozuki Castle (Kosaijo) was a clan of Mr. Akamatsu who had power in Nishi-Harima (Masanori Akamatsu or Kozuki Sadkei), but was attacked by Oda (Hideyoshi), who aims to capture the Harima in December Tensho 5, 1577. After that, the Amako Katsuhisa Yamanaka, who aims to revive the Amako house with Nobunaga admission, will be surrounded by the great army of Mouri 30,000 this time next April. Hideyoshi will give reinforcements, but at the same time, Mr. Bessho of Miki Castle will be made, and Hideyoshi will suddenly turn to Miki by the life of Nobunaga. The Kozuki castle that became isolated was ruined by the Lord Amako Katsuhisa seppuku in exchange for the soldier’s life, and Mr. Amako of the feudal lords. Ryosuke Yamanaka was caught and bloodshed in a convoy. Kozuki Castle also became a castle of ruins with the second time castle.

Basic Data >
Name: Kozuki Castle (Wikipedia)
● Location: Sayo-machi, Hyogo ( map )
● Main building: Kozuki Keisheng
-Castle: 1336 (yuan year) around
-Remains: Melody, Horikiri, Memorial Tower
Related: Sayo-MACHI HP


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Kozuki Castle ruins are a mountain climbing gate opposite the Kozuki History Museum. If you are not on the map or navigation, aim at the Kozuki History Museum.

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The Kozuki castle ruins and the Kozuki History Museum are in the same place. The local signs are also this.

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Kozuki History Museum. In detail of the mountain ruins of the Sanjo town, including a small castle and the Kozuki Castle, and the castle, there is a panel exhibition about the “Kozuki battle” that Oda and Mori fought over the Kozuki Castle, and it is quite impressive. The staff is also interesting to talk about. It is open only on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Admission Fee: 200 yen.

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Opposite the Historical Museum, there are two explanatory boards for Kozuki Castle. The first was created in 2013 to ride the NHK Taiga [military master Officer Bei] boom [Kozuki Castle and Kuroda Kanbei]. The first half is a state of the general Kozuki battle, but in the second half, it is written that the elder sister of the Shoamuro Light (that is) of Kozuki Lord is the Shokabe and Kozuki Lord was a righteous brother. The castle soldier is beheaded, the woman is crucified, and the child has a fierce end of skewering at the castle of Kozuki, and the elder sister of Light seems to have been saved in the battle because of the grave in Fukuoka.

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This is probably the old Kozuki Castle history explanation board. Originally, Kozuki Castle was built in the mountain next to the north. It is said that the descendants of the Morisho in the time of Mr. Akamatsu’s castle was built at the top of the mountain.

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The Kozuki battle story and the rope of the Kozuki Castle have been published in the pamphlet Kozuki to enter the history museum. I want to stroll while holding it in the hand so as not to miss Horikiri etc. Though it is one basic road. This time, the route of the pamphlet (Red Line) goes up from the mountain trail in front of the museum to the castle ruins, exits the mountain from the other side, and traces back around the foothills.

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This is the entrance to Kozuki Castle ruins.

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When you cross a bridge, you divide the way up the slopes and the path along the river. The castle ruins can be reached from either side, but the nearest one is the slope. They go up a slope It is careful not to slip because the dry leaves are piled up at this time.

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It goes up a fine slope while becoming spelled in such a feeling. It looks like a mini- shaped Castle .

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Basically, the Kozuki castle ruins are the trees are overgrown and the bottom is not seen from the mountain, but there is a small tune ring with a good view opening in the vicinity of the middle to the mountaintop. According to the pamphlet, this is known as “leave-Guo”.

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View from the closed enclosure. The Bridge of the JR Hime new line over it and the Sagawa River is seen well.

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The sign of Horikiri appears when the vacation is raised a little. It seems to be cut into a little V-shaped when it is said so, but I do not know unless I say honestly.

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After Horikiri and going up a steep hill for a while, I finally Honmaru. Although there is a two-band tune under Honmaru, the plant was not mowed and it was not limited.

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This is Kozuki Castle Honmaru. There is a memorial monument and a wooden pillar called the Honmaru Mark and an explanation board of the Kozuki battle. The cornerstone of the mansion which would have been built in old times could not be confirmed.

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A memorial In the central monument, there is a monument of Kimiyuki Akamatsu. Masanori Akamatsu was the first Kozuki Lord when Hideyoshi attacked the castle.

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The Kozuki battle and the surrounding map in the Honmaru, the description board of the Kozuki Castle. There seems to have been a lot of castles in the vicinity of Kozuki Castle, but according to the history Museum, the ruins are not so easy to understand (of course, the road to the castle ruins is not maintained). If you are interested because there is a panel in the Museum of the territories of these castles. Moreover, there seem to be some melody and Horikiri on the other side of the Honmaru (the opposite side) when the rope is seen.

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Honmaru out, and go to the back of the melody. The long and slender melody continues.

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It seems that the back is a one-step high tune ring.

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It is a one-stage high tune with the two no Maru Guo.

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There is a space to enjoy the view from the second round, and the explanation board stands, too. First, the view. What exactly do you see here? ↓

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It is said that the mark of the Castle is seen. When I look at the picture above, I can see the one which seems to be a brown stone wall of the castle ruins certainly. It might have been a masterpiece because the tower was built on that old times. In addition, the West-Harimaya observatory is also visible. The white building is clearly understood here even in the thumbnail image.

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There was a signboard of Guo Mark 3 when advancing to the back of the two no Maru Guo which had become one step higher. The sign of this plastic was in several places, but it was broken entirely.

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It becomes the descending mountain road from here. Let’s go to see because there are still some horikiri marks in the future according to the figure.

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Horikiri mark. It is understood that it is digging into the V character considerably with the naked eye, but it becomes a plan by all means in the photograph. The old times would have been a depth of 1-2m, naturally, because it would have been passed in the room at this angle.

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Horikiri mark at the back. … Well, hard to understand. If you remove the soil accumulated in the surface and recess, I think that Horikiri is going out a little more. Please consider the people of Yamashiro management nationwide.

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The castle ruins are here. From here, it becomes the road where the slope spelled down to the foot of the mountain while becoming broken. Straight forward, it looks like a 7-kilometer hiking trail with a small fortress.

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There is a corner where the tombstone is lined when coming down to the foot of the mountain. Here is a memorial tower of warlords who are related to Kozuki Castle. The biggest monument is Amako Katsuhisa. On the right side of the mountain is a monument of Deer Amako, who supported the Katsuhisa in hopes of rebuilding Mr. “Give me a seven-flame Hai” is famous in the Nobita of Papa’s sermon scene even if it is not a core history fan (“Kugo miso”).

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On the other side, a joint memorial of the war dead was erected in the Battle of Kozuki Castle. Not only the soldier but also the people involved in the Kozuki Castle which was executed after the war might be included.

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Another, a monument like the historical is also standing. Although this kind of monument is often written in Chinese writing, this is described as a reading and writing sentence including katakana. It seems to be an explanatory monument to the Amako Katsuhisa, who built a memorial monument for the 400-year-old anniversary (two photos). Erected in 1972.

Kozuki Castle ruins. Although there are few remains visible in the present, 430 years ago, exactly where Hideyoshi, Kanbei, Yamanaka Shisuke, Mori Kozuki Akamatsu, but I think that it is a place that can be thought to old times thinking that fought. It’s just right for a little hike. On a good weekend, the history of the foothills and the Historical Museum set.

Date of Visit: February, 2014
Imaging Equipment: SONY NEX-C3
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