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Explore Castle and Village Ruins in Sagamihara

Tsukui Castle, also known as the Negoya Mountain Castle, was built in the mid-16th century. In Taisho 18 (1590), it is said that it fell to the Toyotomi-Tokugawa military, and now it's been turned into a historical park. The Kawajiri Stone Age ruins are the remains of a settlement from the middle to the later half of the Jomon period. This is a course rich with history.

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Tsukuiko Shiroyama Park

Sagamihara 1h

At the center of the park, there is a park center that serves as both a management office as well as an exhibition facility Remnants of the castle during the Warring...

Nigomi Udon made with Tsukui soybeans

Sagamihara 30m

Tsukui soybeans are soybeans that are made in the Tsukui area. However, the number of people who cultivate them have decreased. Furthermore, "Nigomi Udon" is a...

Kawajiri Stone Age Ruins

Sagamihara 15m

Here you can find the ruins of a village that traces back to the middle to late Jomon period. There are various kinds of remains as well as relics made from gravel...

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