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Although it can easily be reached by local bus I decided to walk to this location. It took about 30 minutes but proved to be a very uninteresting walk. The castle ruins are partly rebuilt which at some spots can be clearly seen. I even...More
The ruin is indeed a ruin and I have difficulty imagining how the castle used to look like. There is nothing much to see except for few walls remain.
If you are visiting during spring / Sakura season, then it may be worth visiting.
This ruin was once a mountain castle built on Kyushozan mountain (久松山) in 16th century,. It is a National Historic site. It was a stage of infamous 'Starving to Submission', siege by Toyotomi Hideyoshi who cut off all the supplies to the castle. Nice hike...More
Location is convenience to visit by the green bus with only 100 yen fare, few stations before sand dune.
As it is said, ruins, hence what you will see is the historical remains of the castle. The castle ruins is up on the hill where...More
Visited when the cherry blossoms were in full bloom, and oh what a lovely sight! Blossoming trees coupled with fallen petals on the ground and the stone from the ruins; this was definitely a highlight. Saw a couple of kindergarteners on a school excursion, they...More
時を経て城壁が修理、昔の縁を偲ばせる、鳥取西高校の西側から坂道を登る。お堀の手前には仁風閣が建っている。stone walls renovating,a trail from Jinpukaku rise up to the castle tower ruins,doesnt take time.you can see a scenery of tottori city down which is good.昔 慶長より前、秀吉が籠城攻めで食料がなくなり落城した哀しい歴史あり.have a miserable history starving a garrison into surrender
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