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Reminisce the Sengoku Period at Tsukui Castle & Kawashiri Stone Age Ruins

Central Area 3h15m 1

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

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Sagami-mae Hiroyoshi

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Kawajiri Stone Age Ruins

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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 ...

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