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Futamata Castle Ruins

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Futamata Castle was built by Futamata Masanaga, a retainer for the Imagawa clan who owned the land. This was also the site for many battles between the Tokugawa and Takeda clans. The castle is known as the place where Lord Tokugawa Ieyasu forced his oldest son, Nobuyasu, to commit seppuku (suicide) upon warlord Oda Nobunaga's wishes.


Address990 Futamata, Futamata, Tenryu, Hamamatsu
Access・Car: 10 minutes from the Shin-Tomei Expwy (Hamamatsu Hamakita IC)
・Train: 10 minutes on foot from Futamata Honmachi Station (Tenryu Hamanako Railway)
Inquiries053-925-5845 (Tenryu Tourist Information Center)
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