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  1. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; the view of the 40-metre high hill with its precipice facing the Tama.
  2. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; Hikihashi Bridge.
  3. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; the former Benten Pond.
  4. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; Nakanomaru (中の丸).
  5. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; Nakanomaru (中の丸).
  6. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; the former well in the Honmaru.
  7. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; the former well in the Honmaru.
  8. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; Kasumi Shrine (霞神社).
  9. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; Konpirasha (金毘羅社).
  10. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; view of the Tama from the Honmaru.
  11. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; Konpirasha (金毘羅社).
  12. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; Kasumi Shrine (霞神社).
  13. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; two of five slabs arranged around the inner bailey.
  14. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; the former Honmaru with Kasumi Shrine.
  15. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; northern path towards the Honmaru.
  16. Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle Ruins

    Takiyama Castle, Hachioji; signpost at the northern path.
  17. Harakiri Yagura

    Harakiri Yagura

    A memorial slab on the site of the Hōjō Harakiri Yagura next to former Tōshō-ji Temple.
  18. Harakiri Yagura

    Harakiri Yagura

    The site of the Hōjō Harakiri Yagura next to former Tōshō-ji Temple.
  19. Hojo Harakiri Yagura

    Hojo Harakiri Yagura

    The burial cave (北条高時腹切りやぐら Harakiri Yagura) of Hōjō Takatoki next to the site of the former Tōshō-ji.
  20. Former Tosho-ji Temple

    Former Tosho-ji Temple

    The location of the former Tōshō-ji (東勝寺), the family temple of the Hōjō. In 1333, the entire family perished here when Nitta Yoshisada attacked Kamakura.
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