Ogura Park

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Ogura Park (小倉公園) is a ruins of Ogura Castle located in Mino. It was hilltop castle. The top of the mountain is 159m high, and today, there is an observatory where you can enjoy great view of Mino. This park is also popular Sakrua spot in Mino. There are about 1,000 Sakura which bloom in April.

Tourist Info.
There is parking and restroom.

0. at Gifu Station.
1. use JR Takayama Line to Mino Ota (35 min.)
2. use Nagaragawa Line to Umeyama (22 min.)
3. walk west (15 min.)


周圍的地圖 Ogura Park


Type: Hilltop.
Built in: around 1605 by Kanamori Nagachika.
Class: Ruins.

After the battle of Sekigahara, Kanamori Nagachika was given Kouzuchi, current Mino city. He built his castle on Ogura Mountain. However, he was very old at that time, so he stayed on the bottom of the mountain.

After Kanamori died, and his son died soon, land of Kozuchi became the part of Tokugawa government and ruled by Owari domain. The castle became the Daikan House.