Kakegawa Castle (掛川城, Kakegawa-jō?) is a hirayama-style Japanese castle. It was the seat of various fudai daimyō who ruled over Kakegawa Domain, Tōtōmi Province, in what is now central Kakegawa, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
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... Kakegawa Castle remained in ruins through the Shōwa period, with the exception of the Ni-no-Maru Goten (二の丸御殿?) (daimyō's mansion), built by Ota Sukekatsu ... Other surviving portions of the castle included a portion of the moats and stone walls, and the drum house ... A gate from the main bailey of the castle built in 1659 was given to the Buddhist temple of Yusan-ji in Fukuroi, where it now serves as the main gate of ...
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