Furumaya Yakata

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History

Furumaya-yakata was the fortified manor hall of the Furumaya Clan. The Furumaya Clan were established by Nishina Morikane, the third son of Nishina Morikuni. Lord Morikane was defeated at Koiwatake Castle by Takeda Shingen in 1552. Survivors of the clan then followed the Nishina Clan who had pledge fealty to Takeda Shingen. In 1567, Furumaya Moritaka took over the clan. In 1582, he was reinstated at Koiwatakejō following the fall of the Takeda Clan. In 1583, he was caught plotting against the resurgent Ogasawara with the lords of Tounohara Castle and Shinagura Castle, summoned to Matsumoto Castle by Ogasawara Sadayoshi, and there executed.


Visit Notes

Nothing remains of this fortified medieval manor house except maybe some earthen embankments, though I couldn't get a good look. Much of the site is now private property, including of some fetching rural houses.




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Castle Profile
English Name Furumaya Yakata
Japanese Name 安曇古厩館
Founder Nishina Morikane; Furumaya Clan
Year Founded Sengoku Period; before 1550
Castle Type Fortified Manor
Castle Condition Ruins only
Historical Period Pre Edo Period
Artifacts Dorui
Features
Visitor Information
Access Aźumi-Oiwake Station on the Ôito Line; 12 minute walk
Visitor Information Private Property
Time Required 10 minutes
Location Azumino, Nagano Prefecture
Coordinates 36° 22' 16.97" N, 137° 51' 51.52" E
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Admin
Added to Jcastle 2021
Contributor ART
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