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Atsumi Peninsula Aichi-ken Japón by Paco Barberá

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Cape Irago, ubicado en la punta de la península Atsumi, enfrenta tanto Bahía Mikawa y el océano Pacífico. Koijigahama es una hermosa playa arena asociada con la leyenda de la historia de amor de la …

Cape Irago, ubicado en la punta de la península Atsumi, enfrenta tanto Bahía Mikawa y el océano Pacífico. Koijigahama es una hermosa playa arena asociada con la leyenda de la historia de amor de la noble pareja, y uno de los lugares sagrados para la pareja' como un lugar adecuado para hacer una propuesta de matrimonio. La playa de arena se extiende por cerca de 1 kilómetro desde el faro de Irago. Podrá disfrutar de paseo casual disfruta de una vista del hermoso océano Pacífico. Aquí estamos Mika y Paco 33 años de matrimonio dandonos unos besos!!

Faro Cape irago Aichi-ken Atsumi Peninsula Japón

Después de una buena caminata pude llegar al faro situado en Cape Irago  Atsumi Peninsula Aichi-ken para pintar unos bocetos !! faro Cape Irago, Tahara castle,castillo,Hako shine Tahara-hachiman-shine,hako shine,tsumori shine..

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  • Cape irago Aichi-ken Atsumi Peninsula

    Después de una buena caminata pude llegar al faro situado en Cape Irago  Atsumi Peninsula Aichi-ken para pintar unos bocetos !!



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    http://www.tripmondo.com/japan/aichi/tahara/

    Tahara in Aichi with it's 38,177 residents is located in Japan - about 158 mi (or 254 km) South-West of Tokyo, the country's place.

    Local time in Tahara is 10:01 AM (Saturday). The local timezone is named 'Asia / Tokyo' with an UTC offset of 9 hours.
    Depending on your mobility, these places might be interesting for you: Yokohama, Urigocho, Tsu, Toyota, Toyokawa or Ehima.
    When in this area, you might want to check out Tahara, Noda and Akabane.
    We know of 3 airports near Tahara. The closest airport we know is Chubu Centrair International Airport (IATA: NGO) with a distance of 29 mi (or 47.3 km) North-West of the city centre of Tahara.
    We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. We also found some pictures. Need some hints on where to stay? We compiled a list of available hotels close to the map centre. Check out our recomendations for Tahara? We have collected some references on our attractions page.
    Places to stay
    To see more hotels of this place check the dedicated Tahara hotel list. It has recently been updated. Or directly pick your favourite hotel below to learn more about it.

    Tahara Castle
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search Tahara Castle
    田原城
    Tahara, Aichi Prefecture, Japan

    Reconstructed Sakura-mon and original moats of Tahara Castle
    Type flatland-style Japanese castle
    Coordinates 34°40′24.58″N 137°16′11.02″E
    Built 1480
    Built by Toda Munemitsu
    In use Edo period
    Demolished 1872
    Current
    owner reconstructed 1990
    Open to
    the public yes


    Tahara Castle (田原城 Tahara-jō?) is a Japanese castle located in Tahara, southern Aichi Prefecture, Japan. At the end of the Edo period, Tahara Castle was home to the Miyake clan, daimyō of the 12,000 koku Tahara Domain.Contents [hide]




    In 1480, Toda Munemitsu (1439–1508), virtually independent warlord of the Atsumi Peninsula during the Sengoku Period, erected the predecessor of Tahara Castle on a site facing Mikawa Bay. Threatened by the growing power of the Matsudaira clan to the north, the Toda pledged loyalty to the Imagawa clan, but later came under the rule of the Tokugawa clan. Following the Battle of Odawara in 1590, Toyotomi Hideyoshi assigned the Kantō region to Tokugawa Ieyasu and the Toda were dispossessed of their holdings, which were given to Hideyoshi's vassal, Igi Tadatsugu, who rebuilt the moats and stonework.

    Following the establishment of the Tokugawa shogunate, Toda Katatsugu was raised back from hatamoto status to a 10,000 koku daimyō, and allowed to return to Tahara Castle, which was now the center of the newly created Tahara feudal domain in 1601. In 1664, his son Toda Tadamasa was transferred to Amakusa Domain in Bungo Province with an increase in revenues to 21,000 koku and Tahara Domain was reassigned to the Miyake clan, who remained in residence until the Meiji Restoration.

    Little remains of the original castle aside from portions of the moats and stonework, as all castle buildings were destroyed in 1872 in accordance with the new Meiji government. Within the central keep of the former castle is a Shinto shrine to the ancestors of the Miyake clan, and another dedicated to the famed local scholar Watanabe Kazan, as well as the local Tahara City Museum. When the Tahara City Museum was reconstructed in 1990, a faux yagura and gate were reconstructed.



    Schmorleitz, Morton S. (1974). Castles in Japan. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co. pp. 144–145. ISBN 0-8048-1102-4.
    Motoo, Hinago (1986). Japanese Castles. Tokyo: Kodansha. p. 200 pages. ISBN 0-87011-766-1.
    Mitchelhill, Jennifer (2004). Castles of the Samurai: Power and Beauty. Tokyo: Kodansha. p. 112 pages. ISBN 4-7700-2954-3.
    Turnbull, Stephen (2003). Japanese Castles 1540-1640. Osprey Publishing. p. 64 pages. ISBN 1-84176-429-9.
    External links[edit]
    JNTO home page
    Photos of Tateyama Castle

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  • Cape Irago, ubicado en la punta de la península Atsumi, enfrenta tanto Bahía Mikawa y el océano Pacífico. Koijigahama es una hermosa playa arena asociada con la leyenda de la historia de amor de la noble pareja, y uno de los lugares sagrados para la pareja' como un lugar adecuado para hacer una propuesta de matrimonio. La playa de arena se extiende por cerca de 1 kilómetro desde el faro de Irago. Podrá disfrutar de paseo casual disfruta de una vista del hermoso océano Pacífico.

    Cape irago Aichi-ken Atsumi Peninsula

    Después de una buena caminata pude llegar al faro situado en Cape Irago  Atsumi Peninsula Aichi-ken para pintar unos bocetos !!

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