Yasuharu Wakisaka's Camp Site
Yasuharu Wakizaka's Camp
|address||476-1Toge Sekigahara Sekigahara-cho Gifu-ken Japan|
||0584-43-1111(town office community promotion section)|
|over sea||81-584-43-1289(board of education)|
JR Sekigahara Station (about 1950 meters to the Southwest )
|nearby sta.||JR Sekigahara Sta.1950m||24 min on foot|
|nearby IC||Sekigahara Interchange2400m||6 min by car|
Yasuharu wakizaka was a general trained by Hideyoshi from an early age, he took an active part in the battle of
Sizugatake. After Hideyoshi died, Yasuharu was convinced that Ieyasu would conquer the whole country. And he approached Ieyasu Tokugawa.
At the Battle of Sekigahara he took up his position at the northern foot of Mt.Matsuo. Yasuharu Wakisaka had at first joined the WESTERN ARMY following Yoshitsugu Otani’s forces, but later switched to the EASTERN ARMY coinciding with Hideaki Kobayakawa.
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|territory(before the battle)||Awajisumoto 33,000koku(Hyogo Pref.)|
|territory(after the battle)||Awajisumoto 33,000koku(Hyogo Pref.)|