Nago Castle today
|Controlled by||Hokuzan (14th century–1416)|
Ryūkyū Kingdom (1416–1879)
Empire of Japan (1879–1945)
United States Military Government of the Ryukyu Islands(1945-1950)
United States Civil Administration of the Ryukyu Islands(1950-1972)
|Built||early 14th century|
|In use||early 14th century–1609|
|Materials||Ryukyuan limestone, wood|
|Battles/wars||Invasion of Hokuzan|
|Occupants||Aji of Nago Magiri|
Nago Castle (名護城 Nago jō, Okinawan: Nagu gushiku) is a Ryukyuan gusuku in Nago, Okinawa. It was built in the 14th century and served as the home of the Aji of Nago Magiri. In 1416, the army of Chūzan, led by Shō Hashi, attacked and captured the castle during the invasion of Hokuzan.
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- "Nago Castle Ruins - Historical Sights Okinawa Japan". www.okinawa-information.com. Retrieved 2018-07-14.
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