auto-translate Ogaki Castle Ogaki Castle Ogaki Castle is said to have been built by Miyagawa Stay (1535), Akagi Castle was built (It is also said to be the creation of Taiko Kozo at Ming Dynasty 9 years old), the Mizumon River It was built using the flow of the outside moat. Tenshi is a four-layer, four-story, total painted rice style, a very elegant castle. In the battle of Sekigahara, in the battle of Sekigahara, it became the headquarters of Ishida Mitsunari led by the West Army, and then Daito Toda entered from Setagi (Hyogo Prefecture) Amagasaki in 1635, Kanagawa (1635) It became the residence of Toda 100,000 stones, and continued until the Meiji Restoration. Although it was designated as a national treasure in the eleventh Showa year, it was burned down by regret in the war of the Showa 20 years. After that, in 1964, the appearance was rebuilt as it was, as it is a symbol of castle town Ogaki. Ogaki Castle Ogaki Castle is a strongly fortified castle built on level ground, with the Suiyon River as its outer moat. The original castle building Miyagawa Yasusada in 1535. During the Battle of Seigahara, in 1600, the castle After the Toda Family Tombstone of the West Army and the foggy battle sites. After the Toda family. The castle tower burned down during the World War II and was rebuilt in its original form in 1959.
auto-translate 大垣城堡大垣城堡大垣城据说是由宫川住所（1535年）建造的，赤城城堡建成了（据说也是明代9岁时的太子城的创作），水城河它使用外部护城河的流程建成。 Tenshi是一个四层，四层，全彩绘米饭风格，非常优雅的城堡。在关原战役中，在关原战役中，它成为由西方军队领导的石田三成的总部，然后大东户田于1635年从神奈川县Setagi（兵库县）尼崎进入神奈川县（1635年）它成为户田10万块石头的住宅，一直持续到明治维新。虽然在昭和十一年被指定为国宝，但在昭和20年的战争中被遗忘了。之后，1964年，外观重建，因为它是大垣城堡的象征。大垣城堡大垣城是在平地上修筑的强大的城堡，以绥永河为护城河，1535年建造宫城靖屋的原始城堡。在1600年的西加原战役期间，城堡在西部军队的户田家族墓碑和雾battle战场之后，在户田家族之后。第二次世界大战期间，城堡塔被烧毁，并于1959年以原始形式重建。
大垣城は天文四年（# 1535）、宮川安定 が築城した（明応九年竹腰尚綱 の創建とも伝えられる）といわれ、大垣市内を流れる水門川の流れ
慶長五年（# 1600）、関ヶ原の戦いでは、西軍を率いた石田三成 の本拠地となり、その後、寛永十二年（# 1635）、摂津（兵庫県） 尼ヶ崎より戸田氏鉄 公が入城し、戸田十万石の居城となり、以後明治維新まで続きました。
Ogaki Castle is a strongly fortified castle built on level ground, with the Suimon River as its outer moat. The original castle building is said to have been constructed by Miyagawa Yasusada in 1535. During the Battle of Seigahara, in 1600, the castle was used as the headquarters of the West Army and was one of the fierce battle sites. After the Toda family had taken the lordship of Ogaki Castle and started to rule this area, people in Ogaki enjoyed a period of peace and tranquility with successive feudal lords. The castle tower burned down during the World
War II and was rebuilt in its original form in 1959.