Tamamo Park, Takamatsu

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Take a step back into the past and visit the remains of an early 17th-century castle as you take a peaceful stroll through Tamamo Park. As you walk through the former castle grounds, take in views of surrounding trees, old stone walls, and the nearby sea. Continue to walk around the park and you will come across a 100-year-old Hiunkaku house, which features a traditional Japanese interior complete with paper doors. The highlight of the park is the restored castle, with a history dating back to the Edo period. One of Japan’s only castles, it features a moat that connects to the ocean. Put Tamamo Park into our Takamatsu online tour itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • In the vicinity of the ferry, the island is returned to the port of Gaosong by the way, the storage container (can be placed in the medium luggage) into the field can be free of charge, a big surprise, other scenes including the Chestnut Park also need to receive 400YEN; There happened to be a special episode in the park, which added some heat, and the park itself was small, with a city/pool/wood bridge, and half a hour to go.
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  • From Takamatsu station walk from Takamatsu Castle is located in fee-based Park, beside the koto electric station, less than five minutes. It is quite good hotel grounds!
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  • The original Gaosong left the address into the park, although the occupation is not very large, but it is worth a look at the history, you can understand the situation in the Edo period ~
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  • In the Park, 500 yen Japan-style clothes and hat wore a borrowed boat and refrain from feeding to the dome is enjoyed it very much! Park Tour. The castle is less than you think, and it looks better on the outside of the Park!
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  • 玉藻公園與高松城跡為同一景點要收門票200yen, 園內除左種植好多松樹之外亦有少量櫻花樹, 可惜今年櫻花比原先預測遲開所以4月初去到只睇到好少櫻花
  • Do carp bait. Food was lucky that's available at 100 yen. With a probability of 5-60 minutes and hit and hit balls algae Castle sportbike!
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  • 高松城為日本三大水城之一,但是曾被拆毀,所以現在看到的都只是遺跡,目前正在重建基底中,重建的工法也是承襲過去的方式,可以瞭解日本對於文化保存與發揚的重視。
  • Two steps from the train station and the JR Hotel 7th Park is located on the former site of the castle of Takamatsu. The castle was built in 1588, but all that remains today are stone walls, the Dungeon, and the moat. It is very nice for a refreshing stroll through its beautiful Japanese garden. Admission is charged, but the ride in the boat does not appear real interest.
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Where to stay in Takamatsu

The second most populous city in Shikoku and home to a major port, Takamatsu has a range of accommodations to cater to various needs and budgets. Cheap business hotels with saunas can be found around the train station and Ritsurin Garden, while luxurious modern hotels sit near the Sun Port area north of the garden. Guesthouses are scattered around the downtown area. The business focus of Takamatsu has led to an ever-increasing number of boutique hotels.
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