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Nothing much to do, but to take a picture of the renovated castle 🏰.
I went during sakura season. But the sakura trees are in front of the castle not near the castle.
Best spot for jogging and strolling with dogs or friends.
We had a local guide on he day we were there He was 91 years young and was English speaking He spent a good two hours with us and had so much knowledge IF you get him when you visit Tell him the Australians sent...More
This is not a real castle, it's a reconstruction of what's left of the ruins. The grounds are used for all sorts of different events, festivals like Tennosai where all the mikoshi gather before the procession to the shrine, or for a giant outdoor gyoza...More
The small city is abt.50min away from Tokyo by Shinkansen and a good destination for a half day or even full day trip. You could enjoy some great dumplings or explore some sights. The small castle cant be compared with the one in Osaka, but...More
IF you are a foreigner and yo have already seen a big castle Osaka,Himeji,Matsumoto etc,, ,it is surely a disappointing place.But usually Castle ruins have nothing left on the land ,so this place is a little bit better than nothing,because a certain part of the...More
The area was beautiful and park attendants keep the area clean and presentable. Some display areas and nice views of castle reconstructed ruins. Would be a nice place to picnic in, however, when I went there were quite a bit of people who were there...More