Kameura Castle [1/4] It was short-lived, but the high stone walls and masugata were good Japan.
Kameura Castle is a WA castle built on the hill along the Nakdong River by Takkei Kobayakawa, the role of Bunroku. In the upstream, there is a beam fortress which was an inland front base, and there is a Gimhae Takeshima castle along the tributary and west of Dongjiang on the west side, and Kameura Castle is said to be the castle. It seems to have become a ruined castle once after the role of the sentence Roku, but when the role of the Keicho begins, the beam Yamashiro is abolished for the front reduction, and the downstream Kameura Castle was rebuilt by Shugen Mori in March keicho three years. In May, only two months later, Kameura Castle became a deserted castle. The high stone wall and the Masugata Tiger mouth remain good mainly in the main part.
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Name: Kameura Castle (Kunpo-OH)
● Location: Tokugawa-dong, Kita-ku, Busan Metropolitan city ( map )
● Lord: Kobayakawa Ryukei Mori Hidemoto Kuroda Nagamasa
-Castle: Bunroku two years (1593)
-Remains: Ishigaki, Tower, Toraguchi, climbing Ishigaki
● Information: WA Castle
Date of Visit: November, 2017
At the foot of the hill where Kameura Castle remains, there is a temple called Kamenryu-ji Temple. There is a parking lot in the middle of the paved slope of the side, so start the stroll. The castle ruins are on the slope in front of my eyes. By the way, the back of the parking lot (right side of the photo) leads to a huge overpass, built on a highway through the hills.
Go up the slope and go to the first cutting level and the Buddha statue. Statues and headstones are lined up on the left side, and the stone wall in the foreground differs greatly from that of the main part, and seems to have been greatly altered. To the main part through the huge slope on the right.
A huge ramp leading to the main part. It was written that the climbing wall extending to the south side of the main part to walk WA castle . The stone wall of the soil base right and left was lost greatly, and it was not understood well in the site whether it was climbing stone wall or the climb ground base or it was a structure like Dobashi.
When the slope rises, it goes out to the wide cutting plain. On the front is a huge stone wall and the main enclosure. The grass is neatly mowed, too. Amazing! And voice comes out. It is too huge to be called the Obi Wheel, and the south side of the main Guo is defended.
The whole view is seen from the edge of the Obi wheel. Pretty wide! It seems to be a dead end in the wall of the stone wall when advancing to the right back. What kind of buildings were built here in the past? I wonder whether it was built here and there such as the clay wall and the fence of the Shitomi which cannot be seen so as not to know which to go.
First of all, let’s go to see the right side toward the main Guo.
The stone wall on the left side is curved in an obtuse angle. It is also said that the The corners is not made up of the abacus and is crumbling.
I look at the stone wall of the main Guo area. If you look closely, you can see that a row of low stones is lined up in a row. The low base is made, and the space like the dog run is seen. It might have been a mechanism to snipe the enemy soldiers who wandered to here, such as a clay fence and a fence were built on it.
View of the main Guo East side. 7 ~ 8m, although there is a considerable height, because the soil is visible at the top, it may have been piled up a lot of steps or more originally.
It came to the place of the dead end at the back. I looked back from the edge of the stone wall. The soil which has fallen from the top has piled up considerably under the stone wall. The left side might have been neatly maintained.
View of the wall that was the dead end of the front. The right side is a cut shore. The corner stone of the stone wall seems to be piled up high toward the bottom of the cut shore. Unfortunately, the trees did not look very lush.
I look at the corner which extends to the bottom of the cut shore from the last minute of Ishigaki. The bottom is completely forest. It seems to be not visible even if going down below.
The corners of the blunt angle of the main Guo East which I saw earlier. The bottom is crumbling as if it is not sikari like the abacus piling.
Came back to the south. Corners here seems to remain firm and beautiful. The stone wall where the foot is long is built to the bottom of the slope here. Let’s look up from the bottom.
Stone wall at the southeast end of the main Guo. The cut stone which straightened the shape is piled up by the calculation tree piling. I wonder if the extension part of Himoto Mouri in the role of Keicho.
I see Sikari from the line of corners. A corner line arranged as if pointed. Beautiful!
To the east side. The upper part is piled up to put a thin stone though it is an abacus piling.
To the southwest end of the main Guo. The corners of this place seems to have collapsed greatly. There are boulders lying around.
The main Guo Southwest end. The appearance of the stone wall is a little old impression.
The southwest end of the main Guo area. There seems to be an explanation board on the side of the stone wall.
Description board located at the southwest end of the main Guo subordinates. Korean and English only.
English up of the explanation board. Below Nordhaven → “The Castle of the Japan ceremony was built by Takkei Kobayakawa for the purpose of supporting the Gimhae Takeshima Castle, which was a larger castle as a communication base between the Golden Sea and Mt. Liang during the sending troops of Korea in 1592. It is also called Euiseong in the castle and the local area. This nickname originates from the name of the general who died in the battle against Japan soldiers in the Silla era. The castle was located at the tip of Mt. Kanai’s Ridge, and the west was able to shore up the boat. It is said that it was built in a strategic position facing the West Gold Sea Takeshima Castle, and was a military base under the command of Naoshige. The tallest tower (tower) has a tower stand at the top of the castle ruins with a nearly complete figure of 10m high stone walls. It is a very good research material concerning the Japan type fortress built by the Japan Army in the Korean sending troops in 1592. 」
Let’s head to the left side of the main Guo, through the west side. It is a narrow passage unlike the wide inflection wheel on the east side here. The left side is the cut shore. The dead leaves is piled up except the passage, but it is well maintained.
Occasionally, the stone which might have fallen from the top seems to be arranged like the garden stone. To the back.
The stone wall of the main Guo part is folded several times, and the passage of the west side becomes thick or thinner. It is made up of the structure that the horizontal arrow hangs.
On the left side of the bent part of the stone wall of the main Guo, the road which descended down was extended just. Let’s get down here later.
It goes up in the main enclosure in the second.
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Date of Visit: November, 2017
Photographic equipment: FUJIFILM X-T10 + XF10-24mm
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