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Samurai armor with matchlock gun bullet holes.1452 viewsCreated by an experiment with matchlock gun fired at the body armor at over 50 meters aways, piercing both the front and back body armor.
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Weapons used in battle1019 views
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Sekigahara saw one of Japan's most pivotal battles on Oct. 21, 1600 (Sept. 15 of Keicho 5) between Tokugawa Ieyasu's Eastern Forces and Toyotomi Hideyoshi loyalist Ishida Mitsunari's Western Forces. 961 viewsIeyasu's victory in the Battle of Sekigahara sealed Japan's historical fate for the next 250 years. The former battlefield is dotted with monuments indicating the positions of various warlords during the battle.
This photo shows Mt. Momokubari where Tokugawa Ieyasu first set up his base camp for the Battle of Sekigahara. It is next to busy Route 21. A short distance east of Sekigahara Station. The former Sekigahara battlefield has numerous monuments.
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Unique helmets worn by warlords on the battlefield.803 views
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Explanatory map of the Battle of Sekigahara764 views
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Map of battlefield for Western Forces. Also see Ishida Mitsunari Birthplace in Nagahama, Shiga.710 views
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Statue of Lord Takenaka Hanbei 竹中半兵衛重治583 views
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Illustration of Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp where he inspected the heads of his defeated enemies.556 views
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On Oct. 18-19, 2008, the town of Sekigahara held a special festival to commemorate the Battle of Sekigahara. The last time they did this was in 2000 for the 400th anniversary of the battle. The main venue was near the town hall.555 views
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View of the Sekigahara battlefield from Tokugawa Ieyasu's first base camp at Momokubari.535 views
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Map on lookout deck.529 views
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Panoramic view of where the Battle of Sekigahara started. Most battle monuments are within walking distance from the train station, but they are numerous and spread over a wide area.523 viewsThe battle started at the foot of the hill on the left of the road. The small hill on the right was where Shimazu Yoshihiro was stationed. Mt. Ibuki is in the background in the middle.
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Banners mark the site where the battle started.518 views
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Explanatory map of the Battle of Sekigahara516 views
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Warlord banners, left to right: Kuroda, Fukushima, Honda, and Tokugawa.504 views
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Ieyasu and his troops were here from about 6 am to 10 am on the day of the Sekigahara battle. He later moved closer to the front line as the battle was going his way. This is a National Historic Place. 桃配山 徳川家康最初陣跡501 views
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The battle started at the foot of the hill on the left of the road. The small hill on the right was where Shimazu Yoshihiro was stationed. Mt. Ibuki is in the background in the middle.479 views
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Banners and a monument mark the spot on Mt. Momokubari where Tokugawa Ieyasu's first base camp was established during the Battle of Sekigahara on Sept. 15, 1600.475 views
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Defensive barriers on Mt. Sasaoyama, Ishida Mitsunari's base camp. 笹尾山 石田三成陣跡452 views
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2nd floor446 views
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At the top, see the two large rocks which served as a table and bench for Ieyasu. 家康の腰掛岩と机石435 views
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Steps going up to Tokugawa Ieyasu's first base camp at Momokubari during the Battle of Sekigahara on Oct. 21, 1600 (Sept. 15 of Keicho 5). Today it's just a small hill. The highway seemed to have cut through most of it.429 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu inspecting the head of his enemies at his base camp417 views
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Illustration of Mt. Matsuo where Lord Kobayakawa Hideaki was based.406 views
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Steps going up to Tokugawa Ieyasu's first base camp during the Battle of Sekigahara.403 views
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Yamauchi Kazutoyo396 views
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Mt. Sasaoyama, Ishida Mitsunari's base camp, as seen from the final battlefield. 笹尾山395 views
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Ishida Mitsunari, age 41 at the time of the battle391 views
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Banner with Ukita Hideie's crest.388 views
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Ishida Mitsunari's banner with his family crest.386 views
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Path to the Kaisenchi or site where the battle started, at the foot of the hill straight ahead. 開戦地378 views
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Profiles of neutral armies376 views
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Foot of Mt. Sasaoyama, Ishida Mitsunari's base camp. 笹尾山 石田三成陣跡361 views
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Foot of Mt. Sasao, Ishida Mitsunari's base camp. 笹尾山 石田三成陣跡358 views
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Profiles of Western Forces357 views
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Monument marking the site where the Sekigahara battle started. 開戦地349 views
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Monuments marking Tokugawa Ieyasu's first base camp during the Battle of Sekigahara. The banners have the Tokugawa family crest.344 views
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Warlord banners341 views
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Cannon340 views
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Sekigahara Warland337 views
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Monument marking the site where the Sekigahara battle started at 8 am on Sept. 15, 1600 (Oct. 21 Western calendar) with Ii Naomasa firing upon Ukita Hideie.336 views
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Sekigahara Battlefield, now occupied mainly by rice paddies, a school, and homes. 関ヶ原古戦場329 views
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Site where the battle started and Mt. Matsuo in the background.328 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu at his base camp309 views
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Monument for the final battle, about 1 km in front of Mt. Sasaoyama, where the fighting was the fiercest. 決戦地301 viewsThe left banner has the Ishida Mitsunari's crest and the right banner has the Tokugawa crest.
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Path to Konishi Yukinaga's station, near where the battle started.297 views
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Monument for Konishi Yukinaga's station. 小西 行長陣跡288 views
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Monument marking Tokugawa Ieyasu's first base camp during the Battle of Sekigahara.287 views
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Behind the monuments is a trail probably used by Ieyasu's troops on Mt. Momokubari-yama.285 views
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Sekigahara Town History and Folklore Museum 関ヶ原町歴史民俗資料館284 views
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Lookout deck with a bird's eye view of the battlefield.283 views
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Inside Sekigahara Town History and Folklore Museum 関ヶ原町歴史民俗資料館283 views
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Conch shell for battle.282 views
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Area around Konishi Yukinaga's position.281 views
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Barriers and steps looking down the slope.280 views
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Battlefield as seen from the final battle site. Thousands died here. The battlefield is a small plain surrounded by hills and mountains.279 views
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Lookout deck on Mt. Sasao. 笹尾山274 views
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Sign explaining that the two rocks below were said to be used as a bench and table for Ieyasu.274 views
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Well where the decapitated heads of Western Force leaders were washed.273 views
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Monument for Konishi Yukinaga's station. 小西 行長陣跡268 views
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Sekigahara Battlefield and Mt. Matsuo 関ヶ原古戦場264 views
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Plastic samurai armor261 views
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Also see my YouTube video here.259 views
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Another smaller monument marking Tokugawa Ieyasu's first base camp during the Battle of Sekigahara.257 views
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Kobayakawa Hideaki on Mt. Matsuo who turned against Ishida Mitsunari and helped Ieyasu win the battle.248 views
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Water tower painted in Sekigahara motif.246 views
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Mt. Sasaoyama and stone marker. 笹尾山245 views
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A woman samurai244 views
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Steps up to the top of Mt. Sasaoyama.243 views
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Sekigahara Town History and Folklore Museum 関ヶ原町歴史民俗資料館243 viewsNear Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp.
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East Burial Site, where the decapitated heads of the Western force leaders were buried. 東首塚243 views
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Inside Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp241 views
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Monument for Konishi Yukinaga's station. 小西 行長陣跡241 views
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Monument marking Ii Naomasa and Matsudaira Tadayoshi's position. 井伊直政・松平忠吉 陣跡237 views
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Site where the battle started as seen from Shimazu Yoshihiro's position.237 views
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East Burial Site, where the decapitated heads of the Western force leaders were buried. 東首塚230 views
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Banners mark the site of Todo Takatora and Kyogoku Takatomo's position.226 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu at the Battle of Sekigahara Festival, 2008226 views
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West Burial Site for the corposes of West Forces leaders. Nishi Kubizuka 西首塚225 views
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Mt. Sasaoyama and stone monument marking Ishida Mitsunari's base camp.221 views
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Banners with Kyogoku Takatomo's crest.220 views
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Memorial shrine219 views
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Monument for the final battle. By 1 pm, Ishida's Western Forces fell apart, and Ishida fled the scene at 2 pm. 決戦地218 views
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Art park to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the battle in the year 2000. Near the Shimazu position.218 views
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I caught one. Pure mochi (no adzuki bean paste inside). It was a very impressive and enjoyable festival.217 views
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Top of Mt. Sasaoyama216 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp at Jinbano 陣場野 徳川家康最後陣跡216 views
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West Burial Site, Nishi Kubizuka 西首塚215 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu retainer at the Battle of Sekigahara Festival, 2008215 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp at Jinbano 陣場野 徳川家康最後陣跡209 views
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Shimazu Yoshihiro208 views
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Mt. Sasaoyama and stone monument marking Ishida Mitsunari's base camp.207 views
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Marker for Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp205 views
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West Burial Site, Nishi Kubizuka 西首塚202 views
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Monument for Shimazu Yoshihiro from Satsuma (Kagoshima). Ishida asked for his assistance at 10 am, but was refused.200 views
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Hill where Shimazu was.198 views
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Shimazu Yoshihiro's position.197 views
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Fierce samurai197 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp at Jinbano. At 10 am, he moved here from Mt. Momokubari to be closer to the front line. 陣場野 徳川家康最後陣跡194 views
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Site of Todo Takatora and Kyogoku Takatomo's position now within the grounds of junior high school. 藤堂高虎・京極高知陣跡194 views
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Top of Mt. Sasaoyama and stone monument193 views
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Matchlock guns191 views
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Entrance to Sekigahara Warland187 views
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Shimazu Yoshihiro186 views
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Marker for Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp184 views
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Memorial tree184 views
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Path to/from Shimazu Yoshihiro's monument.184 views
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Path to Shimazu Yoshihiro's position.183 views
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Warland path182 views
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Monument for Shimazu Yoshihiro's position.181 views
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Site of Todo Takatora and Kyogoku Takatomo's position.180 views
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Site of Todo Takatora and Kyogoku Takatomo's position.180 views
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Ii Naomasa and Matsudaira Tadayoshi's position, near Sekigahara Station. And also next to Higashi Kubizuka.178 views
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Rear view of monument marking the site of Todo Takatora and Kyogoku Takatomo's position.175 views
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Signs show the way and distance to the various monuments.175 views
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The finale was the throwing of mochi.175 views
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Marker for Tokugawa Ieyasu's Final Base Camp174 views
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Monument marking Ii Naomasa and Matsudaira Tadayoshi's position. 井伊直政・松平忠吉 陣跡173 views
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Site of Fukushima Masanori's position. 福島正則陣跡173 views
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Monument marking Ii Naomasa and Matsudaira Tadayoshi's position.172 views
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Hand-to-hand combat171 views
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Evidence of victory169 views
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Ishida Mitsunari169 views
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West Burial Site, Nishi Kubizuka 西首塚164 views
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Monument marking the site of Todo Takatora and Kyogoku Takatomo's position.163 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu at Sasaoyama.163 views
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Monument marking Fukushima Masanori's position.161 views
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Inside museum with a map of the battle160 views
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Memorial for the fallen warriors at the Battle of Sekigahara, built in 2000, the 400th anniversary.160 views
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Fukushima Masanori's position and shrine.158 views
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Heads of the enemy157 views
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Monument at West Burial Site, Nishi Kubizuka 西首塚157 views
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Monument at West Burial Site, Nishi Kubizuka157 views
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A few matchlock gun battalions gathered on the Sasaoyama stage.157 views
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Imasu-juku was the fifty-ninth of the sixty-nine stations or shukuba post towns of the Nakasendo Road. It follows Sekigahara-juku and comes before Kashiwabara-juku in Shiga Pref. Hiroshige woodblock print of Imasu. 150 views
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Battle Museum 合戦資料館148 views
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Load, get ready, and...147 views
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Ishida Mitsunari on Mt. Sasaoyama144 views
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Memorial for the fallen warriors at the Battle of Sekigahara143 views
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Tokugawa allies at his base camp142 views
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Tamakurabe Clear Spring140 views
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This man wore authentic samurai armor, over a century old, made of metal. A family heirloom.137 views
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Ieyasu retainer136 views
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Tamakurabe Clear Spring 日本武尊ゆかりの泉「玉倉部の清水」134 views
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Sekigahara Stalactite Cavern parking lot. The blue-roof building is a souvenir shop and restaurant.133 views
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Tamakurabe Clear Spring was where Yamato Takeru-no-Mikoto got cured by drinking the water after encountering poison mist on Mt. Ibuki.133 views
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A sword demonstration. He's cutting up a straw pole. That's one sharp knife. These people have licenses to carry these guns and swords.133 views
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The Sekigahara samurai warriors arrived Sasaoyama at noon.132 views
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Ishida Mitsunari on Mt. Sasaoyama131 views
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And Tokugawa Ieyasu.131 views
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Ishida Mitsunari loses the battle, and is executed.131 views
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At 11 am, the gun battalions arrived.128 views
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There are a number of matchlock gun battalions in Japan, and they often demonstrate the guns at festivals like this.127 views
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Mock combat with a spectator.127 views
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They are all dressed in colorful samurai armor.125 views
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This man wore newer samurai armor made of plastic.125 views
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Ishida Mitsunari123 views
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Shimasako-nyan, a cat based on one of Ishida Mitsunari's retainers. しまさこにゃん121 views
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Ishida Mitsu-nyan, another cat, was the most popular.121 views
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A few lifesize mascots walked around the foot of Sasaoyama. This is Chacha Hime, the oldest Azai sister who became Yodogimi.120 views
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Ibukiyama Driveway is a toll road that leads to the summit of Mt. Ibuki. Also see my Mt. Ibuki summit pictures.117 views
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JR Sekigahara Station on the Tokaido Line 東海道線 関ヶ原駅116 views
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All these samurai were gathering at Sasaoyama for a procession to the Fureai Hiroba Square where a mock battle would be staged. This is Lord Shimazu Yoshihiro.116 views
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They get ready to fire their matchlock guns. (No bullets)114 views
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Ishida Mitsu-nyan and his calligraphy brush114 views
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Mini banners for all the clans who battled at Sekigahara.114 views
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Spear-wielding women warriors (with foxy makeup on).114 views
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Smoke signal on Mt. Sasaoyama. Also notice the bell on the left.113 views
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FIRE!! Those guns make a huge noise.113 views
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Matchlock gun warrior113 views
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1000-meter elevation mark and Mt. Ibuki haiku poem by Basho, on Ibukiyama Driveway.111 views
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Apparently they had women warriors too. Or maybe they did not have enough male actors to fit into the samurai costumes.111 views
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Also see my YouTube video here.109 views
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Sword demo109 views
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Matchlock gun warrior posing for pictures.109 views
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They fired the gun a few times.108 views
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Ishida Mitsunari107 views
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The Sekigahara Ondo dance was then held. 関ヶ原音頭106 views
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The driveway is open only during non-winter months.105 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu leaving Sasaoyama.105 views
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Monumental tree104 views
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Monumental tree next to Hachiman Shrine104 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu gives commands during the Battle of Sekigahara.104 views
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Ishida Mitsu-nyan goods103 views
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Ishida Mitsunari103 views
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Another lord dies in battle.103 views
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Fuwa-no-seki Museum's model of an ancient warrior102 views
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Banners with the crest of Ishida Mitsunari and Tokugawa Ieyasu flank the Monument for the decisive battle, near Mt. Sasaoyama, where the fighting was the fiercest. 決戦地102 views
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It was actually kind of humorous.102 views
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The battle ensues.102 views
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Ishida Mitsunari is beheaded and dies.102 views
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Monument for the decisive battle101 views
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BOOM!!!101 views
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Ishida Mitsunari101 views
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Site of Fuwa-no-seki Gate (no entry) 不破関100 views
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Great photo opp.100 views
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An angelic dancer then came to cover Ishida's body with a white cloth.100 views
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After the demo, they posed for pictures.99 views
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At around 12:30 pm, some of the samurai staged a mock battle at Sasaoyama.99 views
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Ishida Mitsunari posing for me. He said, "You got an unusual-looking camera." (Because I was shooting both stills and video.)99 views
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Mt. Sasaoyama, the small hill that was Lord Ishida Mitsunari's base camp. Behind it is Mt. Ibuki.98 views
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Bento box lunches named after Ieyasu and Hideyoshi. 1000 yen.98 views
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Most of the forces who took part in the Battle of Sekigahara are represented. Banners with the lord's crest indicate who's who.98 views
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Execution of 98 views
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Cavern exit97 views
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Fuwa-no-seki Museum 不破関資料館97 views
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Sekigahara samurai warriors gather at Sasaoyama.97 views
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Straw pole pieces cut by a sword.97 views
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Ishida Mitsunari 全軍武者行列97 views
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Tokugawa Ieyasu at Mt. Momokubari, his base camp near the Sekigahara battlefield.97 views
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Samurai lay dead.97 views
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Battle continues.97 views
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Ieyasu (left) and Mitsunari then walked toward each other and bowed to everyone together.97 views
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Central Sekigahara town96 views
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Hachiman Shrine96 views
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Ishida Mitsunari spotted me and my camera and posed for me. He's a friendly guy. 96 views
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