筒井氏1600 - 1608
藤堂氏1608 - 1871
伊賀上野城Iga Ueno Castle is classified as a hilltop castle (its layout: Teikakushiki), and is located in Mie Prefecture. During the pre-modern age, it found itself within the borders of Iga Province. It is associated with the Tōdō clan. Dates in use: 1585 - 1871.
After the great battle of Sekigahara in 1600, the existing castle was expanded upon by the Tōdō clan to defend against any further uprisings against the Tokugawa Shogunate by those loyal to the Toyotomi clan. The main tower collapsed in 1612 & its reconstruction was deemed unnecessary.
|1585||The castle was built by the Tsutsui clan.|
|1608||Todo Takatori was transferred to the castle. A major renovation of the castle was undertaken.|
|1612||Due to strong winds, the main tower collapsed.|
|1871||The castle was abandoned.|
|1935||The main tower was reconstructed using wood.|
|Site||National Historic Site|