Tsutsujigasaki Yakata (Takeda Shrine)

Tsutsujigasaki Yakata (Takeda Shrine) is one of the best places to travel in Kofu-shi, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for attractions, hours, access, map, spots nearby, and photos of Tsutsujigasaki Yakata (Takeda Shrine) posted by Japanese travelers in the know. [last modified: ]



Fall Foliage & Bared Stone Fences Remains Since Sengoku Period

Located east from Takeda Shrine, Tsutsujigasaki Yakata was a house of three generations of the Takeda family (Nobutora, Shingen and Katsuyori). You can see the fall foliage and the stone fences that were built in Sengoku Period (the warring states period) at the same time. They'll let you think about some old days of a great feudal lord Shingen Takeda.



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