These mounds are part of the moats Hojo Clan built to protect from Toyotomi Hideyoshi's army’s attack.
Odawara Castle Siege and Onsen Soak
After taking a tour of the conerstone of Odawara Castle—its outer enclosure—considered to be the Warring States period's largest, you'll also be enjoying the hot springs linked to Hideyoshi.
It is said that the 400 black pines by the levee up to the estuary were planted by Ninomiya Sontoku, an agricultural leader of the Edo era, with money he received...
Also called the Shingendzutsumi (the Shingen Levee), it is said to have been planned by Takeda Shingen, a general of the Sengoku era.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi, on the verge of his total domination of Japan, declared war against Hojo Clan, who was based in Odawara and had reigned over Kanto region till...
This large moat was built dividing the ridge of the hillside of Mt. Hachiman that leads to the Honmaru (castle keep) of Odawara castle.
This is part of the mounds that surrounded the town of Odawara and was the important platform to confront the headquarters of Toyotomi army.
Extradosed bridge that was built to secure the shipping routes of the ships passing under the bridge.
This castle was built entirely out of stone by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, leaving traces of the past. Here, Hideyoshi used to organise many tea ceremonies.
Anest Iwata Turnpike Hakone is a sightseeing toll road. Around the end of the Hakone Odawara Line, you can see Mount Fuji and Lake Ashinoko.
From the sky lounge, you are able to not only see Mount Fuji but also Lake Ashinoko and on the sea side, you can see Hatsushima, Oshima, Miura Peninsula, and Boso...
Service area on Tomei Expressway in Ebina. There is a large parking lot, restrooms, and a gas station. In addition, you can purchase souvenirs and eat. （Automotive...