TsuchigasakikanKofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture

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Tsutsujigasakikan DATA
address2611 Kofu Nakacho, Kofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture

It was built on the site of the Tsuchigasakikan building (the ruins of the Takeda family residence), and Takeda Shingen is the enshrined deity. The old company rank was prefectural company.

Access to Tsuchigasakikan
From JR Kofu Station North Exit Platform 2, take the Yamanashi Kotsu bus bound for "Takeda Shrine" or "Sekisuiji" and get off at the "Takeda Shrine" bus stop.

HISTORYAbout Tsuchigasakikan

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Takeda ShingenKai Tiger raising the flag of Fuurinkazan
Throughout the Sengoku period, Tokugawa Ieyasu unified Japan and established the Edo shogunate. The person whom Ieyasu fought and lost, and whom he respected, was Harunobu Takeda of Kai (present-day Yamanashi Prefecture) (who later became a priest and took the name Takeda Shingen). Also, along with Ieyasu, Sengoku
Takeda Shingen
Katsuyori TakedaAn excellent military commander who struggled after his great father.
Katsuyori Takeda was a Sengoku daimyo who was based in Kai and Shinano provinces from the Sengoku period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period. His father was Takeda Shingen, and he was born as his fourth son. After taking over the Takeda family, he struggled to control the vassals left behind by his great father.
Katsuyori Takeda
Nobutora TakedaKai no Tora's father
During the Sengoku period, there was a feared daimyo who ruled Kai Province (present-day Yamanashi Prefecture). This is Takeda Shingen. Takeda Shingen was born as the eldest son of Takeda Nobutora, the shugo daimyo of Kai Province. Nobutora unified Kai Province, which had been in constant conflict, and the Hojo family of Sagami Province.
Nobutora Takeda
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