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Mukai Haguro-yama Castle Remains

更新日:2017年02月27日

This mountain castle is said to have been built by the Ashina Moriuji, a Warring States period (1467-1603) military leader. After his death it was repaired by Date clan and Uesugi clan. It was valued by feudal lords through the generations as the last fortress in the Aizu Basin. It is said to have been one of the biggest mountain castles in Japan, and in 2001 became a nationally designated historical site.

It is said that these generals drank tea in the northwestern part of the castle, and today you can do so as well while gazing out over the Aizu Basin. Every year on the last Sunday of May, an outdoor tea gathering is held. You can also enjoy the castle remains by walking around with a volunteer tour guide.

Information for Mukai Haguro-yama Castle Remains

  • Address: Aza-funaba, Aizumisato-machi, Onuma-gun, Fukushima-ken and elsewhere 969-6133, JAPAN
  • MAP
  • Fee: Entrance Free
  • Regular holiday: Open Everyday
  • Phone: +81-(0)242-56-4882
  • Remarks: For reservation of tour guide, please call Aizu Misatocho Tourist Association. Phone: 0242-56-4882

Highlight

Flowering time

  • Ukonzakura (Ukon cherry tree): Late April
  • Azalea: Mid-May
  • Hydrangea: Mid-July

EVENT

  • Fureai chakai (Fureai tea ceremony): Last Saturday of May

Access

By Car

  • 20-minute drive from Aizuwakamatsu IC
  • 15-minute drive from Shintsuru PA (Smart IC: ETC System Only)

By Rail

  • 20-minute walk from Aizu-Hongō Station (JR Tadami Line)

Jump to East Japan Railway Company

By Bus

  • 15-minute walk from 'Hongo Information Center Mae' bus stop (Wakamatsu - Hongō route)

Jump to Aizu Bus

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