Kakuhari Yashiki

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History

Kakuhari-yashiki is thought to have been the residence of Kakuhari Jōa, a vassal of the Inōe Clan. For more information see Inoue Castle.


Visit Notes

Kakuhari-yashiki is a medieval fortified residence site. There is a signboard detailing the site but no ruins remain. The site is now fields and a house. When I first came a boy was whipping a bottle full of water around on what looked to be an improvised fishing rod, his little sister chastising him. I tried to quickly take a photograph of the house’s stonewalls – not related to the medieval residence but what I like to consider ‘compensatory ishigaki’ – but I was still wearing my bell from when I was up at Inōejō and it jingled, alerting the children to my presence. The children spun about and noticed me next to the signboard at the end of their drive. The children stopped and stared. I made a show of reading the sign. The children continued to stare. I awkwardly said in a cheery tone “Konnichiwa... Fushinsha desu”. HAHA. I joke! I only said ‘Hello’, but the children were not to be won over. Luckily I passed by a little bit later after visiting Takenojō and was able to take some pictures without them there.




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Castle Profile
English Name Kakuhari Yashiki
Japanese Name 角張屋敷
Founder Kakuhari Jōa
Year Founded Medieval Era
Castle Type Fortified Manor
Castle Condition Ruins only
Historical Period Pre Edo Period
Features
Visitor Information
Access Nearest Station is Murayama Station on the Nagano Line; Suzaka-Nagano-Higashi IC
Visitor Information 24/7 free; fields
Time Required 10 minutes
Location Suzaka, Nagano Prefecture
Coordinates 36° 37' 47.75" N, 138° 17' 14.35" E
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Admin
Added to Jcastle 2022
Contributor ART
Admin Year Visited Viewer Contributed
Friends of JCastle
Jōkaku Hōrōki
Yogo
Shiro Iku


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