Matsuyama Castle Ninomaru Historical Garden, Matsuyama

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  • Just below the Castle, my passion for gardens led me to also visit these being contemporary to the first building of the Matsuyama-jo, about 1600. Not extraordinary but pleasant water features are modern and not the big thing. You pay a ticket of 100 Yen and are open from 9 to 17.
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  • Blue skies and white Matsuyama Castle looked clean and leaves to clean and look up at the sky. This Garden admission is 200 yen. Admission elsewhere, this garden gave the tangerines came. Otherwise be consuming tea if you book the gardens are maintained in clean and beautiful. Especially Oido ruins, splendid, was impressive.
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  • Historic site itself is not much to see. Only a fraction has been restored. But I liked the spacious and scenic walks in the grounds to be light-hearted. In particular, there are numerous types of citrus trees on the grounds that planted the spectacle. Hanrabong (minions), Wenzhou wheat (whole skip SHMI), I enjoyed koetsuna the U.S. Kan, lemon and so on with all kinds of citrus trees can be seen in one place. (Of course, citrus fruit, iron-you can see the winter-must.) At the box office here as a regular, grown in MU was handing out show only their eyes look at oranges in the garden ~
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  • A very nice garden that's worth a visit. It's apparently a lover's garden and there are more of these dotted around Japan. It's quite nice and there's also a cool pit where they found some artifacts. There's another installation with a giant buried pot or bell underground and a constant drip of water. If you listen the pipe, it sounds pretty cool.
  • 100 yen p/person. Good place for a romantic walk and view of the castle from below and the city skyline. Park at the base of the castle walls along the road.
  • Visit 9/2017. Admission fee: 200 yen. You can take around Matsuyama Castle against tourists is less so. Oido remains very large, the height of technology at that time. It is possible to use the tea room and other.
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  • It is a beautiful and quiet garden. Wasn't sure just the concepts and relationships of the Samurai's garden and the garden was created. Send image of Japan Garden only is, I feel uncomfortable is not it?
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  • Suikinkutsu sounds nice! Bamboo on the ears and hearing can hear. In the ruins of a castle and a variety of Ehime in pop Campari and oranges had been planted.
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