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Dogo Park (Ruins of Yuzuki Castle), Matsuyama

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Allowing visitors to travel back in time, Dogo Park (Ruins of Yuzuki Castle) dates back to the 16th century. Sit below a cherry tree decorated with colorful lanterns and enjoy a picnic in a magical ambiance. As you walk around the lush park, pay special attention to the remains of the castle's moats, and be sure to drop by the onsite museum to see various artifacts excavated here in the 1980s. Use our Matsuyama vacation builder to add Dogo Park (Ruins of Yuzuki Castle) and other attractions to your Matsuyama vacation plans.
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  • Only remains as ruins of a castle moat and earthworks, but near the entrance to the museum exhibit and voluntary it's description were great! And it's free! Water fortification introduction video is a 10-minute running time, but Narrator is Toru emori, video drama as of worth in quality and. Exhibits related to the volunteer for Kono, Lords of the Castle it's description is very good. About 40 minutes I listened to the explanation. Of the volunteers, thank you very much. You can also, and go up to the observation deck of the 72 m above sea level, overlooking the Matsuyama city, overlooking Matsuyama Castle Tower to the West. It had devised and historic relics, such as the ruins of a castle are less than attractive.
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  • Dogo Park is close enough to walk from Dogo Onsen Honkan. Cherry blossoms were beautiful, the weather is not so good, so most people don't. I think good weather permitting and leisurely stroll.
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  • Up-to-date residence close to a park, Iyo, Kono and water castle ruins from both stations of Dogo Onsen Dogo Park is Park. Moats and fencing in the hilly, the scenery is stunning. We visited here ago departing on Monday, but closed archives and old Samurai residences, could not to look around.
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  • A great park close to Dogo Onsen. It has a. It of history, good open spots, a playground for kids, a moat with koi and turtles, and a fair amount of trails. Good for all seasons!
  • It's a nice little park with a fair bit of history. Good for pilgrims to unwind.
  • Standard park, not too much to see.
  • Samurai House in the castle ruins. Precious is double, as well as at the time of the bunker has been preserved. We hope that further excavation of the remains.
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  • In some older memories went to the Zoo Park. Water fortification is now maintained as a pilgrimage, free and open. Green lot, walk up. Children's Park and playground equipment are in families with children popular. Spring is the blossom.
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