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Takamatsu Castle [1/2] Kaijo, which incorporates seawater from the Seto Inland Sea into all water moat.


Takamatsu Castle [1/2] Kaijo, which incorporates seawater from the Seto Inland Sea into all water moat.

Sanuki, who was given 17 million stones from Hideyoshi, established Takamatsu Castle and Marugame Castle (Castle). Manyoshu Kakamoto Hitomaro is called “Tamamo-Yoshi” as the all which of Sanuki country, aka Tamamo Castle (now Tamamo Park, the address is Tamamo town). After the Mr. Ikoma, the Mitsukuni of Ieyasu (Mito Yellow Gate) became the castle of the Matsudaira house until the Meiji Restoration after the arrival of Matsudaira Yoreshige which hit the elder brother. It was torn down because of aging in Meiji 17, although the Tower of the third and fourth floors + the basement ground floor was built in the third floor in the Ikoma era, and Matsudaira. There are several buildings and tower units, such as the Moon Tower and the Ushitora Tower (relocated) and the water hand gate.

Basic Data >
Name: Takamatsu Castle [aka Tamamo Castle] (Wikipedia)
● Location: Takamatsu-shi, Kagawa ( map )
-Castle: Tadashi Ikoma
Completion: 1590 (Tensho 18 years)
-Remains: Moon Tower/Ushitora tower, Mikado, Tower, Ishigaki, Hori
● Information: Japan 100 Meijo No.77 ( list )


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Finally, the bus tour of Shikoku is the final castle. 9 Castle, 1 hour east by bus from Marugame Castle , to Takamatsu Castle ruins in front of Takamatsu station.

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Takamatsu Castle ruins are established as Tamamo Park in the Kotoden Takamatsu Chikko station. The entrance to Tamamo Park is here. Admission fee: 200 yen ya. Near the station and park entrance is surrounded by stone walls and moat, but there is a break of the stone wall only one place admission from there.

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This is the entrance of the park. It is said that here is a gate, and the Curtains Tower (tower) on the left side, and the Girl Tower (Yumi no tower) were built on the right side at that time. The details of the gate are unknown.

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Enter the gate and the toll station. 100 Meijo stamps are also here. The inside is a ninomaru mark.

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Guide map in the park. There is a lot of writing and hard to see, but the current moon Tower and Ninomaru straight forward, and the existing Ushitora tower, and go to the right from the Ninomaru and tower stand as the right garden.

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First, I saw a ninomaru. It’s just like a square, so we’ll visit you later, including tower.

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Ninomaru is surrounded by uchibori, and there are two paths to the corridor Bridge to the tower and the Dobashi to the garden. I see the Uchibori from the top of the Dobashi. The boat in the picture is a boat that is open to the sightseeing as Tamamo Maru in the summer? On the right side of the photo was a modern floodgates.

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Sluice Description board. Takamatsu Castle was a sea castle that surrounded the north side of the ocean and the three sides in a moat and poured seawater into it. Although there are many castles in the moat (such as Imabari Castle), the only thing that is completely seawater is Takamatsu Castle. Takamatsu Castle ruins are still adjacent to the Seto Inland Sea, but unlike those days, there is a national highway between the ocean and the castle. According to the signboard, the moat and the Seto Inland Sea are connected by culvert under the national road, and it is said that seawater still enters.

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Beyond the Dobashi to the garden area. The lanceolate garden, where tall trees such as pines were planted, was created when the lanceolate cloud was rebuilt in Taisho 6.

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The big mansion which comes into view when the garden is advanced is lanceolate unkaku. It was used as a residence of the feudal government of the clan and the Lord, but it was demolished in the Meiji period because of aging. Reconstruction in Taisho 6. After completion, it is said that the emperor and Empress of Showa were staying.

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Lanceolate to the front of the cloud. It seemed to be a rental hall, and it was not able to visit freely in the inside. The pine trees that are planted there are splendid.

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Lanceolate the Unkaku. 142 Tatami-Mat Daishoin. I can’t imagine how much space it would take to see it.

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Lanceolate around the cloud.

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Lanceolate out of the Unkaku garden. This is a cherry tree on the south side. The gate was in existence until the Showa era, but it was destroyed by the U.S. military indiscriminate bombing in 1945. The red discolored part on the side of the stone wall is a sign that the gate is burnt.

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From the vicinity of the Cherry Blossom Gate, a tower stand in the Uchibori is seen in front. The combination of the inner moat dyed in the deep green and the tower which was neatly arranged after the restoration work, and the high-rise building in the back.

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It goes out to a large site when advancing beyond the mark of the Cherry Blossoms gate. According to the pamphlet, it is said that the place where the bashing of the horse was once by the Baba ruins of the cherry blossoms. It used to be twice as wide as this.

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A stone monument on the trail of cherry blossoms. A brief introduction to Takamatsu Castle has been dug up.

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Tower and Uchibori seen from the cherry blossoms Baba. It is drawn to the deep color of the uchibori which filled seawater. Because of the sky?

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As you move from the cherry blossoms to the east, you will see the tower. The Ushitora tower which stood in the east more than before (tower. It is said that it was moved to the Drum tower mark here. The signboard of Tamamo Park was built at a good angle by the set with the stone wall which formed the tiger mouth in front of the tower. It’s a photo spot.

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Ushitora turrets. It’s a splendid tower on the third floor. Originally, the tower was located near the prefectural Hall in the northeast of the castle ruins (the former Taiko tower ruins) in the castle ruins. Two layers of smash and a large staggered tear, I go to the gun gap attached to the first floor and the second floor.

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Ushitora Turret Description Board. Built in 1677, it is the same period as the Moon Tower that remains on the other side of the garden. When relocated, I thought that the size of the tower stand was well-suited, but the stone wall of the foundation was expanded according to the size of the Ushitora tower per relocated. Also in relation to the angle, it is also installed by rotating 90 degrees to the right.

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The front of the Ushitora Tower is a masugata, and the entrance to the Asahi Bridge which crosses the middle moat is hardened. This is a photo from the inside that looked masugata inside. The stone wall on the right side is not so well-appointed, but the left and front walls of the lespedeza are firmly trimmed lespedeza. You can see a big stone rock. The wooden fence in front of the stone wall is the burial gate.

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Masugata look squarely from inside. This side is cut well, and it is a cutting lespedeza that the boulders were used abundantly.

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The Takamatsu castle ruins explanation board which stood in the Masugata Toraguchi. It is said that Kuroda Kanbei went to the territory when the Takamatsu Castle was erected.

Then, I went out of the Masugata and saw the Asahi Gate and the Ushitora tower from the outside of Nakabori.

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Date of Visit: December, 2013
Imaging Equipment: SONY NEX-C3
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