Nagoya Castle has a secret history history! Let's go sightseeing in comic!

Owari Nagoya said to have in the castle.
Nagoya lady is not, Owari clan 620,000 stone Nagoya castle.

This Nagoya castle, in fact, is relatively new for the long history of Owari.

It was the founded building Tokugawa Ieyasu . It is about 400 years ago in 1610 (Keicho 15 years), it will be before the Sekihara fight.
It is said that a very linear design reflects the character of reasonable Ieyasu, and is said to be the ultimate figure of Ieyasu's castle .

In the Edo era, sometimes I was told by military scientists that it was too straightforward to make martial arts such as not being a good turf, but in a recent study, the castle of a good old civil war country such as Mr. Takeda The secret of the strength as the "ultimate castle" beyond which is revealed in various forms.

During the Second World War, Nagoya Castle burned down many buildings such as Tenso and Temple of Honmaru, which were national treasures due to air raids by the US military.
After the war, made by the citizen's contribution will be the reconstruction castle tower made of concrete, that will be the current castle tower.

It is also true that some people in Nagoya also have someone seeing themselves as "there is no value for concrete castle tower" = "There is not much value in Nagoya castle".

However, Nagoya Castle is still a "National Treasure" !

Because Nagoya Castle was designated as a special historic site of the country.
A special historic site is a national treasure of the ruins.

In the case of buildings, for example, Inuyama Castle in Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture, is a castle tower and the building is a national treasure.
However, Inuyama Castle was only decided to be designated as a national historic site (this is an important cultural asset) in 2017 by the wide castle itself.

On the other hand, Nagoya castle was a "National Treasure" Tempu was burned but as a ruins on the ground it was properly designated as "National Historic Site", a National Treasure of this ruins, as a historical cultural asset It is being evaluated.
It is a wake that Tokugawa Ieyasu thought out that "the thought of the castle including Ishigaki and Hori" is a very high value in the present remains that clearly shows itself.

In addition, the fun is doubled if people like geography and geography like walking around like this, as Tamori enjoyed in the Nagoya edition of NHK "Blatamori" that was broadcasted the other day It also has features.

Let's go to this charming Nagoya castle.
I took out a manga artist Hiro Hiroshi and introduced me.

What? Who are you?

My greeting was delayed.

The Tokugawa Art Museum " Castle Exhibition of the Tenjin people (link is a cheering blog blog)" which gathered overwhelming support in the castle love of the whole country in the summer of 2017.
For the limited time "Oiyo castle castle exhibition" produced by that cheering group, it is "Oitenchan" for short!

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[Cartoon Lupo] Origin of the castle of Tenjin people! Let's go to Komaki Yamajo before and after the Tokugawa Art Museum! (linked to the castle of Cheonjin cheering cheering blog blog)
With the end of the exhibition, it disappeared missing, but revived as a "castle of the people under the heaven" for short, "Oiten chan" (same) by violent self-recommendation and other recommendation of a few people !

If you can bring out manga artist Hiro Hiroshi to the castle etc all over the country at irregular intervals from now on, we will be appearing again! Thanks!


When photographs are taken from above the pedestrian overriding this three-way path, You can take pictures of the composition of the castle tower moving behind. People who got off at the parking lot did not go abruptly suddenly and walked a little south


So Nagoya Castle is a water moat moat in the west and north. Southern and eastern are Karibori.

Korihori on the south side

[Geography of Nagoya Castle]

Nagoya Castle is located at the northern edge of the plateau extending in the form of an inverted triangle in the north and south at the center of Nagoya called Atsuta (Nagoya) plateau.

The castle town is spreading over the plateau spreading south with this Nagoya castle in the head.
Like the castle's straight line design, a grid-like castle town "Gotto Discount" was created, which was separated by nearly beautiful north-south east-west streets.

This is the foundation of the center of Nagoya now.

Nagoya castle from the present Nagoya station is a bit far away to walk.

This is because Nagoya Station was originally planned to pass through Nagoya when it was made possible as a station on Tokaido Main Line in Meiji Era.
(The route connecting Tokyo and Kobe was planned for Nakasendo route instead of Tokaido)

Therefore, a railroad was drawn in a swamp away from the castle town.

Currently, the biggest downtown area is this Nagoya station (local people are abbreviated as the famous station) and Sakae in the southeast of the castle town. These are the two.
The northern part of the plateau where Nagoya Castle is located is the government office street where Aichi prefectural government office and Nagoya city office lined.


Usually I go to Honmar from the front of the south to the castle tower, but like the one below There are also times to go from the north (I will put it in the main circle even from the back properly)