Amidadou Castle (Omi)
A historical document (『大洞弁天当国古城主名札』) lists the castellan of Amidadō as Lord Myōkan'in. It is believed that this is the honourific name for a clansman of the Takenaka Clan, and that the castle was centred on what today is Kōshōji, a temple in the village of Amidadō.
The site of Amidadōjō today is now the village of Amidadō; there are several parks, temples and many rustic homes.
|Amidadou Castle (Omi)
|Pre Edo Period
|Notogawa Station on the Biwako Line; 45 minute walk
|24/7 free; temple
|Higashi-Ōmi, Shiga Prefecture
|35° 12' 7.85" N, 136° 9' 34.34" E
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