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Arakawa encampment trace of small Yamamura

Last update date June 1, 2020

Arakawa encampment trace (registration number 019) of small Yamamura

Arakawa encampment trace of small Yamamura

Odawara Hojo was destroyed in 1590 (Tensho 18) by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, and it was replaced, and Ieyasu Tokugawa entered Kanto. In the Musashi country Tsuzuki county hill village (existing Oyama-cho), it was in land which kihonarekawachoheieijuyo (we seem to do) which was vassal from Mikawa Era of Ieyasu Tokugawa ruled with country Tachibana tree county Egasaki-mura (existing Egasakicho, Tsurumi-ku) in 1591 of the next year.
It is said that we set up encampment (mansion) in the bank of the Onda River which juyo bases on small mountain village, and flows through the village. Place where encampment was has been divided to east and west by repair work of the Onda River of 1963, but monument to tell in history can see mansion position at the time.


Explanation of monument
▲Monument explanation

The location

624, Oyamacho, Midori-ku, Yokohama-shi (from bus stop in front of Shinji Elementary School around five minutes on foot)


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