Tateyama Castle (Hakkenden Museum), Tateyama

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Tateyama Castle (館山城, Tateyama-jō) is a Japanese castle located in Tateyama, southern Chiba Prefecture, Japan. At the end of the Edo period, Tateyama Castle was home to the Inaba clan, daimyō of Tateyama Domain, but the castle is better known for its association with the former rulers of Awa Province, the Satomi clan. The castle was also known as "Nekoya-jō" (根古屋城).

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  • Photographs of the little hilltop castle (actually a museum) with the sea in the background were so mesmerizing that I wanted to see the place for myself. When I realized that Tateyama can be...  more »
  • This is one of the few spots in Tateyama that explains about its' history. It displays about the history of Satomi clan during Japan's feudal period. It also displays the people's lifestyle and house....  more »
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  • Amazing museum. Very interesting, beautiful views. Recommended !!!
  • The views are stunning here. If you are a photographer or amateur as myself, i highly recommend going to the top of thw castle for the views. Although my japanese is close to zero the people here did their best to help us.
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