Yoshida-Gun Yamashiro [1/4] Mori Motonari, who ruled the Chinese yen
Yoshida Koriyama Castle is a castle in the mountain castle in the mountains of Aki Takada City, Hiroshima Prefecture, and the feudal lord, Mori, who ruled the Chinese yen in the late 16th century. It was a huge mountain fortress where a tune ring was formed in Yamaichi belt, but when Mori Terumoto moved to Hiroshima Castle, Koriyama Castle became one of the supporting castles, and the Mouri family became a country change in the defeat of Sekigahara and the castle of the county was abandoned. Although the stone wall is almost destroyed and remains only remnants, traces of large-scale yamashiro such as the melody and Horikiri remain well. There is a tomb of the clan in the mountain.
Basic Data >
Name: Yoshida-gun Yamashiro (Wikipedia)
● Location: Aki Takada-shi, Hiroshima ( map )
-Castle: Mr. Mori
Completion: Late 15th century?
-Remains: stone wall, Melody, Earth Base, Horikiri, well
● Information: Japan 100 Meijo No.72 ( list )
Yoshida Koriyama Castle is located in Aki Takada City, Hiroshima Prefecture. It was one day work because it went with public traffic. From JR Hiroshima Station to “Kamiya-machi Nishiden Stop” by Guangden (tram). From the Hiroshima Bus Center on the 3F of the department store “Sogo” in front of the stop, one hour and 40 minutes to take a bus to Yoshida for one hour, to “Aki Takada City Hall”. It is a 10-minute walk from the historic Folklore Museum, which is the entrance to the castle ruins.
Aki-Takada Shiyakusho-Mae bus stop is full of mountains around. Which one is Koriyama castle? There was a big sign near the bus stop. Apparently, the whole mountain looks like the castle ruins on the opposite side of the city Hall building. Quite wide. First, look at the city hall on your left and go straight ahead to the history and Folklore Museum. The Big shopping Center “You Me Town” with a red sign is a landmark. Oh yes, not a dream, yes.
Aki Takada City Museum of History and folklore. It’s a huge tower gate-style building. The banner of Mori is truly full. On the right side, there is a banner hanging with the selection Japan Hyakuna Castle County Yamashiro, but I wonder if it has been selected for eight years since 2006. Get a pamphlet with the castle in the rope. 100 Meijo stamps are also placed on the left side of the window to pay the entrance fee, so don’t forget.
The Castle Ruins guide map standing in front of the museum. It is quite wide. In the lower left, the model course takes about 5 + 3 + 5 + 2 + 5 + 25 + 25 + 2 + 4 + 5 = 81 minutes, about an hour and a half to go around. But if you look closely, there is no time to walk at each point. There are many places to see Honmaru, so it takes about 30 minutes. In addition, the old castle in the lower right is outside the model course. Of course, it’s all about two and a half to three hours.
Currently 11:54. By the way, I spend more than 30 minutes at the museum (no photos so no photos).
I went out of the museum and went to the ruins. There is a mountain across from Koriyama Castle ruins. Quite expensive. It seems to rise to the mountain with the castle along the ridge after it climbs to the left mound once instead of going straight up.
There are many things along the paved road to go to the Castle Road. First of all, it is a statue of Mori who has a winner in the House of the boy nature on the right. Somehow, the image is different (reference: the image of the former public portrait that was listed in the textbook ).
There is another one in the site of the boy nature’s house, and “the precept of three arrows” stands in the back of the playground. The photo is omitted because it is just a monument. The House of this nature is the ruins of the former public Hall of residence.
Moving on from the former public image, there is a stone monument of historical-gun fortress. By the way, the road around here has already started the mountain trail and it is a slope. Do you know the angle of the slope somehow by the inclination of the stone monument?
The Koriyama castle ruins explanation board which stands beside the stone monument. It was a huge castle with 270 inflection wheels.
After a while, I went to the park-style place. First, one big tree stands at the entrance. It is a mark of the cremation site of the former public.
The explanation board of the former cremation site. A large hospital is a place of the park style that this area opened. It is said that the crematorium ruins were planted in the height of 10m, girth 3m of the toga tree, but died in 1971. It’s 400 years old. I wonder if the big tree planting now is the second generation (about 40 years old).
The recently built Japan 100 Castle Koriyama Castle sign. By the way, the character of Koriyama Castle is the handwriting (writing a letter in Kibiki = brush) by the Mouri family’s 72nd Mori.
I went around the park (large hospital) and went to the top. The mountain in the back is Koriyama castle ruins. In the lawn square below, it looks like a cornerstone. Array chair? Is installed.
It is said that it is a road to the castle ruins when going up along the road as it is, and there is a tomb of Ryumoto Mori on the stone steps in front. Let’s take a detour and go up.
The masonry around here has such an atmosphere which existed for a long time unlike a while ago. To the left at the end.
The back of the stone Torii is like the tomb of Ryumoto Mori.
This is Takashi Mouri’s public application. He died at the age of 41 in 1563 before he died, although he was the eldest son of former inherited, who had succeeded in taking over the former. After that, inherited became the successor of the former grandchild, and it was a system supported by two people of Takago’s younger brother, Motoharu Yoshikawa and Takkei Kobayakawa in order to support the still young shine. It is called the trace that the Tsunei Temple of family temple was built here before. The stone wall piled high on the right catches my eyes. The tombstone was written by the surname of OE, the last name of Mr. Mori (Takamoto OE).
Mori, Takamoto Tomb Description board. There is a story that it was a character who supported the backbone of the Mouri family by the shadow though it was a slightly thin shadow in comparison with famous younger brothers (Motoharu Yoshikawa and Takkei Kobayakawa). The end is a mystery too, but food poisoning or cerebral hemorrhage is considered, but I wonder if it was poisoned in the age when there were still many enemies…
After getting off the grave of Ryugen, I returned to the road ahead and proceeded to the back. There is a V-shaped valley before my eyes. It is a trace of the drug Kenbori. The drug Kenbori is a kind of hollow moat, and the drug lab ( such a guy ) is the machine that is used to crush the medicine when it is made. Such a moat is called the medicine Kenbori because Horibottom is the shape of V character like this foundation. The one that the square neatly dug is called a box moat oppositely.
It was up to the explanation board of the drug Kenbori. It seems to have been built recently because it is made in 2010. It is the one dug in the Warring States period of former public and Terumoto.
Beyond Yakubori, there is a large stone torii, and the tomb of the Mouri clan, such as former public. Since the trail is from the back of the tomb, first to the tomb.
The road to the grave is paved, but it is quite steep, and the stone wall has been stacked up firmly. Since Koriyama Castle has been destroyed in the Edo period after the castle (the old castle was destroyed by the life of the shogunate so that it would not be used by the rebels in Shimabara Rebellion), perhaps this stone wall has been in recent years. Or, it might be the one left by the stone wall which defends the tomb. Unspecified.
After a quiet road surrounded by tall trees for a while, you will reach the tomb where the historic monument of Mori is located.
The tomb is a two-stage structure, and the lower stage is the tomb of the clan, and the upper stage is a tomb of the former public. First of all, from the bottom stage.
Mori Family Tomb Description board. The tomb which was originally here and there was moved here in the Edo period. The former is in the twelfth generation, the tomb here is a joint burial until the eighth generation, teenage, 11, and the wife of the thirteenth generation who visited earlier. If you think that there is no tomb of the ninth generation (former Father Hiromoto), his tomb is located in the nearby Sarukake Castle, which was retired. By the way, the tomb of Terumoto is in Hagi Castle, which went after the province was confiscated by the Sekigahara defeat ( photograph , visit of Hagi Castle ).
The Mouri clan tomb. The door with the Mouri family crest was tightly closed, but there were a lot of offerings in front of the gate. As for the explanation board, three gravestones left (from the left to the 10th, Komatsu Maru, 13, and the wife of the 13th generation), and a large joint burial on the right (first to eighth generation).
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Date of Visit: April, 2014
Imaging Equipment: SONY NEX-C3
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