Fushimi Castle is a Japanese castle located in the current Momoyama district of Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City.
Fushimi Castle was built three times. The one built by Toyotomi Hideyoshi on Mt. Shigetsu in 1592, called Mt. Shigetsu Fushimi Castle.
Later then, one rebuilt on Mt Kibata is called Mt Kitaba Fushimi Castle.
Finally, the Yamafushimi Castle is divided into those of the Toyotomi period and those of the Tokugawa period that were renovated by Ieyasu Tokugawa.
A simulated castle tower (6th large castle tower and 4th floor tower) created based on historical materials such as Rakuchu Rakugaizu, slightly north of the Fushimi Castle Honmaru Ruins, which is now the Emperor Meiji Tomb.
Although the entrance is not permitted, because it does not meet the earthquake resistance standards, its beautiful appearance is very impressive.
The surrounding area has been developed as Fushimi Momoyama Castle Atheltic Park and is a place of relaxation for citizens.