Akizuki Domain South Detached Palace

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History

The Akizuki-han Minami-go'ten (Akizuki Domain Southern Palace) is a detached palatial ruin dating to the Late Edo Period located on the opposite side of some foothills from Akizuki Castle. There is a flattened area at the foot of a hill with ishigaki (stone-piled ramparts) on three sides.

Visit Notes

More ishizumi (stone-pilings) can be found on the hillside and below, adjacent to a small waterway, although their stones may have been recycled and replaced over the years.


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Castle Profile
English Name Akizuki Domain South Detached Palace
Japanese Name 秋月藩南御殿
Founder Akizuki Domain
Year Founded Late Edo Period
Castle Type Flatland
Castle Condition Ruins only
Designations
Historical Period Edo Period
Artifacts Ishigaki
Features stone walls
Visitor Information
Access Amagi Station on the Amagin Line; Bus to Akizuki
Visitor Information 24/7 free
Time Required 30 minutes
Location Asakura, Fukuoka Prefecture
Coordinates 33° 27' 41.87" N, 130° 41' 43.22" E
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Contributor ART
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