Yasurura Castle [1/4] Yoshitaka Kuoni, Yasuharu Wakasaka, the castle of the Japan naval Base established by Yoshiaki Kato
Anahurura Castle is one of the “Castle of the Place” built on the Korean peninsula by the role of Bunroku and Keicho. In the local reading, “The Bean Jam”. The Japan Navy, which was torn to the Korean naval forces led by Yi Sun in the naval battle in the Anghura area, built six castles, including the Appi Castle, to suppress the region’s waters. It is said that three inflection rings with a big tower stand which seems to be a stone wall and a tower stand remain in the castle, and the nine demon Wakasaka Kato had the tune Ring (Castle) respectively.
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Name: Anahurura Castle
● Location: Gyeongsang-gu, Changwon City, Chang’an Mountain ( map )
● Lord: Yoshitaka Kuoni, Yasuharu Wakasaka, Yoshiaki Kato
-Castle: Bunroku two years (1593)
-Remains: Ishigaki, earth Base, Toraguchi, tower units
● Information: WA Castle
This is a huge explanatory board at the entrance of the Urahura Castle. It’s almost hangul, but the right side is Japanese explanation. The banner is written about the contents maintenance and the repair work of the guide map, and a thing. The castle ruins seem to be undergoing repair work.
It is said to be an Angorpo castle in general, although it is written as Angorwison WA. The photograph and the description of the central aerial photograph are linked, but the explanation board is damaged and the number is taken, and it is not understood well. There is no figure in the rope, only the explanation board of the big.
Let’s get to the castle. There are stairs on the slopes where you can climb straight up. It is not the root at that time.
After five minutes of stairs, we went to a large area where trees were cut down. Looking to the left, there is a huge stone wall in the back! I’m excited, but first I’ll walk from the north side of the wheel.
Let’s climb to the right. It advances the narrow tune or the Ridge Road.
To a wide place. The stone wall is seen in the back, and there is no feeling that the maintenance such as weeding is made about the other side. The back is like a bush.
III Guo of the Pentagon. The front is a discrepancy, and the circumference is Ishigaki. There is a tower stand in the left back as seen from here.
To the front tiger mouth. An overgrown grass The stone wall in the foreground collapses, too.
The outer wall of the left side toward the front. There is a stone wall, but you will not see the front of the grass. The III Guo seems almost undeveloped.
I look back from the inside of eating difference tiger mouth. The stone wall on the left knocks against the front when coming in from the right back, and bends to the side. Was there a gate in front of your eyes? By the way, the climax of the soil is seen in front. This is not the soil base of Shitomi (Shitomi) but the Korea tomb. A lot of soil buns were seen in a flat place (etc. in the tune Ring) in other WA castles.
To the back. It was covered with grass, but the tower stand of the stone wall was left in shape which flew out from the melody ring. It was piled up a little higher than the tune ring. It has a huge tower stand which seems to be tower each to each inflection wheel as can be seen in the previous rope-clad figure. Three generals of the navy of Kyuoni, Wakasaka, and Kato were in this castle, and each had the tune ring and tower of each, and it might be.
Tower the other side of the stone wall. It remains neatly stacked, but the bushes are amazing.
The inside of the melody is full of the bushes as follows. The bush here is hard, and there are a lot of thorns, and it is considerably troublesome to advance.
I came back to the front of the tiger mouth. Because the inside of the tune Ring was a bush bush, let’s go to the IV enclosure in the back through the circumference next. The left side was covered with the bushes, but the right side seems to be cutting some grass. The right side is a belt, rather than a cut-flat passage.
III Guo outer wall. It is an old type of field piling. It might have been a little higher at that time because the top edge was rattled.
To the northeast of III Guo. There was a tower stand of the overhang though it was a little smallish here. The stone of the corners is considerably large, and the abacus piling is firmly established.
From the side of the stone tower in the northeast. The difference between the huge stone of corners and the Stonewall in the central part. It seems that the stone wall seems to come out several steps if it takes the grass and the mulch below.
To the back of the III Guo. The Tower Tower in the northeast. I approached the stone wall and looked closely 、、、
The Tower Tower in the northeast. When it approaches to the stone wall and it sees well, the mark of piling up is seen. Originally it was a small tower stand, and it might have been blocked for some reason afterwards though there might have been a tiger mouth at the beginning of the castle in the right.
The back of the III Guo, the wheel toward IV Guo. There was a tiger mouth entering the III Guo from this side once, but did I bury it from here so as not to enter it? It is thought that it was built in the period of the Keicho, and it was modified more firmly to counter the counterattack of the Ming army in the period of the year.
North of the III Guo. Traces such as the flat tiger mouth that leads to the band melody that came through earlier are unclear.
Large Horikiri between III Guo and IV Guo. Blocking attacks from the north. There is a big horikiri on the other side, and a thin Dobashi is passing in the center.
IV Guo is a soil-based castle. The circumference was wrapped like this. The inside is not completely undeveloped.
Came back to the III Guo. Let’s go to the outer circumference of the tower on the west side and the belt tune Ring which went ahead. Great bushes.
I managed to look up the tower. It seems that the stone wall remains at a considerable height, but the bush of the splinter splinter disturbs and cannot come near.
I looked up the tower unit from the bottom. There is a stage of a low stone wall, but it is not understood well.
Just to the south along the stone wall. It is a great bush although it is bent several times.
From the west of the III Guo, overlooking the bear East Bay on the west side of Appi. The mountain which looks gaping in the back side of the bay is also the important base of the Japan army here Bear Kawashiro.
After the walk north of the III Guo IV Guo, return to the place where it climbed again, and head to the South II enclosure.
The stone wall of a huge south which looked first. That back is I Guo. To the second.
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