This courses lets visitors experience the land of Watanabe Kazan, a warrior of the Tahara Clan whose achievements came in the later part of the Edo Period (1603-1867). Kazan worked as chief retainer of the Tahara Clan while also making accomplishments as a scholar of Dutch learning and artist. These relics are located all over Tahara. Experience history while taking a leisure stroll through the city.
This castle was constructed by Toda Munemitsu in 1480. Parts such as the stone walls remain today. Areas such as the romon gates have been restored.
Watanabe Kazan, chief retainer of the Tahara Clan, is known as a writer and artist. This shrine was constructed in the Tahara Castle Fort Ruins in 1946 to recall his great achievements.
This is the place where Watanabe Kazan lived a disciplined life due being falsely charged with a crime he didn’t commit and eventually fell on his sword. The park includes ruins of this recluse residence and a statue of Watanabe Kazan.