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Nobunaga Oda (1534-1582), fue un famoso general que contruyó un Castillo en la montaña de Komaki y gobernó durante la Época de los Reinos Combatientes.
• Dónde: Entre el area de la estación de Komaki y la montaña de Komaki (Komaki shi-Aichi ken)
• Oda Nobunaga
• 1968 (concrete)
• 3 levels, 3 stories
• Historical Site
• National Historic Site
• Komaki, Aichi Prefecture
• Komaki Station (Meitetsu Komaki Line), 10 minutes by bus
• Komaki City: Komakiyama Park
• Komaki-jo has a very interesting location. In the middle of a huge plain with no relief whatsoever is a large hill called Mt. Komaki. Komaki-jo sits atop this mountain with an incredible view of the whole area. It's the ideal location for a castle. Unfortunately, the top of the mountain/hill is fairly small and most of it is wooded so it's almost impossible to get a picture better than this from the ground. The whole mountain is designated as a National Historic Site.
• Komaki Castle followed Nagoya Castle (different from modern day Nagoya Castle) and Kiyosu Castle becoming Oda Nobunaga's third castle. After Nobunaga secured Mikawa province (eastern Aichi prefecture) by an alliance with Tokugawa Ieyasu, he set his sights on invading the Mino province (Gifu prefecture). To that end he built Komaki-jo in 1563.
• It is said that when Nobunaga decided to build Komaki-jo he sensed that his vassals would object to moving so far from their present home of Kiyosu-jo. So that his people couldn't object, he first suggested that they build a castle on top of Ninomiya mountain in Inuyama. Ninomiya mountain is very steep and it would be a difficult place to build a castle. As soon as they objected the Ninomiya plan Nobunaga suggested Mt. Komaki instead. Having just turned down their lord's first plan, they couldn't object to his second idea too so they moved to Komaki without complaint. Nobunaga stayed in Komaki-jo until he defeated Saito Tatsuoki in 1567 and conquered Mino privince. Nobunaga then moved into Gifu-jo. ...Y una le...he es un castilito de nada, tiene que estar andando por 15 minutos hasta llegar a la cumbre cuesta 100 yenes la entrada y no tiene mucho que ver a parte de la vista de la ciudad de Komaki ...
Tagata Shrine is said to have been founded over 1500 years ago. The shrine is a fertility shrine and many people come here to pray to find love, cure ailments, and to pray for children. As a fertility shrine, there are phallic images all around the shrine precints. Within the shrine are wooden penises and outside the shrine are stones that look like penises. There is also a pair in which one resembles a *** and the other resembles a vagina. In the smaller building behind the hon