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. Make your Matsuyama itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
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  • We in Matsuyama city on this day, and aimed at Dogo hot spring in the beginning. Parked his car in the parking lot were later stopped ishite-ji Temple along the way, next to Dogo Onsen Honkan. And stopped by this Dogo Park Castle was maintained as a park, soak in hot water before. Is not so much height from the top rear of the ruins of the Dogo Onsen, Matsuyama city convenience. "Hot oven" at the foot, Japan's oldest, traces of the moat pond lily flower was beautiful.
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  • You can walk from Dogo Onsen station. Well-groomed grass, so is recommended to explore. Guests can enjoy views of the city reached the lookout and climbs a gentle Hill, seen from above.
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  • Thick forests opposite the dōgo Onsen Dogo Park in the original was Kono's water was here. Flat ground between the trench at the foot of the excavation that was a Samurai, building have been reproduced. Another small museum and can also guide and video description. Samurai also Museum can be visited free of charge. Shiki Memorial Museum 1 image has become a children's playground, gazebo and Grand in the Museum and on the other side, is a small hill in the middle....
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  • The park is on ancient ruins-Yuzu Ki Castle, there are plenty of walkways to discover, there also the oldest hot spring in the country-Yugama, this was used before any of the onsens were built. Climb to the top of the park where there's an observation point, there are some really nice views there including a view of Matsuyama Castle
  • 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.
  • Nice place, there was people selling goods also
  • Love it!!!

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You'll find hotels and other accommodations dotted across the center of Matsuyama, with the Nibancho district northeast of the main train station offering perhaps the greatest variety. From high rise-hotels to side-street hostels and guesthouses, the area offers accommodations to suit a range of budgets and styles, close to all the amenities and attractions around Shiroyama Park. Farther northeast, the area around Dogo Onsen offers a number of hotels with onsite onsen (traditional Japanese spas).
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