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A small castle or fortification built like a a country house or mansion, yashiki ‰®•~. In the middle ages, it usually referred to a country house with fortress-like, defensive installations. In the early modern period, even fortresses shiro-no-kamame é‚̍\‚¦, that were used as residences were termed yashikijiro. Jurakudai ãڊy‘æ (1587), built in Kyoto by Toyotomi Hideyoshi –LbG‹g (1536-1598) and intended to be his government office as Chief Councilor to the Emperor was clearly a yashikijiro.
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