Azuchi Castle was built by Nobunaga Oda on the present Azuchiyama, and was proud of having a large castle tower (locally referred to as "Tenshu") for the first time.
In 1582, shortly after the rebellion against Nobunaga by his vassal Akechi Mitsuhide, it was burnt down for some reason, and then it was abandoned.
From the records left by Frois and others, it is possible to see what happened before the burning.
From the point of view of the history of Japanese castles, Azuchi Castle was the first castle to have a castle tower on the stone wall, which was a model of Mr. Rokkaku's Kannonji Castle.
From the Momoyama period to the early Edo period, it became a model for modern castles built all over Japan.
Azuchi Castle was built by Nobunaga Oda, the champion of the Warring States period in Japan, but it will disappear in just three years.
After that, Hideyoshi Toyotomi, a servant of Nobunaga, completely destroyed the remaining Azuchi Castle.
Hideyoshi probably tried to erase Nobunaga's image as much as possible.
In fact, a restoration work plan has now been launched in Shiga Prefecture.
However, although the structure of the heavenly lord has been considered for many years, the historical materials are scarce and the amount is expected to be about 50 billion yen, so there is no prospect at all.
That's why many people put up with miniatures.
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