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Tsuyama Castle

Tsuyama Castle
(Mimasaka Province/Okayama Prefecture)

Also called Kakuzan-jo. In the 8th year of Keicho era (1603), Tadamasa Mori built the castle as the lord of the land after his deeds in the Battle of Sekigahara, and finished the castle in the 2nd year of Genna era (1616). The 5-story castle tower was also built then.
After the Meiji restoration, it became abandoned, but the Bicchu turret was restored in 2002. Known for its 3 levels of stone walls, the castle holds a very good view of the city.

(2007/3/11 、2010/11/23 )

Tsuyama Castle
Outside of the castle
Tsuyama Castle Outside of the castle
Third enclosure
Tsuyama Castle Third enclosure
Second enclosure
Tsuyama Castle Second enclosure
Main enclosure
Tsuyama Castle Main enclosure
Bicchuu turret
Tsuyama Castle Bicchuu turret
Base of the main tower
Tsuyama Castle Base of the main tower
Karamete
Tsuyama Castle Karamete
Relocated gate (Main gate of Osumi Shrine)
Tsuyama Castle Relocated gate (Main gate of Osumi Shrine)
Relocated gate (Main gate of Nakayama Shrine)
Tsuyama Castle Relocated gate (Main gate of Nakayama Shrine)

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Mimasaka Province
Tsuyama Castle
Katsuyama Castle

Okayama Prefecture
Bicchuu Matsuyama Castle
Bicchuu Takamatsu Castle
Niwase Castle
Natsukawa Castle
Ashimori Jinya
Kakushu Castle
Okayama Castle
Shimotsui Castle
Tsuneyama Castle
Tsuyama Castle
Katsuyama Castle

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Tsuyama Castle Outside of the castle

Outside of the castle



Tsuyama Castle Third enclosure

Third enclosure



Tsuyama Castle Second enclosure

Second enclosure



Tsuyama Castle Main enclosure

Main enclosure



Tsuyama Castle Bicchuu turret

Bicchuu turret



Tsuyama Castle Base of the main tower

Base of the main tower



Tsuyama Castle Karamete

Karamete



Tsuyama Castle Relocated gate (Main gate of Osumi Shrine)

Relocated gate (Main gate of Osumi Shrine)



Tsuyama Castle Relocated gate (Main gate of Nakayama Shrine)

Relocated gate (Main gate of Nakayama Shrine)




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