High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Nagahama Castle was
built in 1575-1576 by Hashiba Hideyoshi (later known as Toyotomi
Hideyoshi) in the village then called Kunitomo, renaming the area
Nagahama. Previously, he had ruled from Odani Castle, though found
this hard to do as it was a yamashiro (mountaintop castle).
Hideyoshi was succeeded as lord by Yamanouchi Kazutoyo after the
1583 Battle of Shizugatake. Kazutoyo was then replaced by Naito
Nobunari after the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600. In 1615, the
castle was demolished, though parts of it were utilized in the
construction of Hikone Castle.
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