SIGHTSEEING SPOTS

As of 2021 November

Tamamo Park, Historic Site of Takamatsu Castle

The Historic Site of Takamatsu Castle, one of Japan’s three major water castles, was included in this park. The Seto Inland Sea's waters run through the moats where seabream swim. The park offers so much to see, including beautiful Japanese-style gardens and government-designated Important Cultural Properties such as the castle's turrets and the Hiunkaku.
Address 2-1 Tamamocho, Takamatsu, Kagawa
Business Hours West Gate: April-May 5:30-18:30, June-August 5:30-19:00, September 5:30-18:30, October 6:00-17:30, November 6:30-17:00, December-January 7:00-17:00, February 7:00-17:30, March 6:30-18:00
East Gate: April-September 7:00-18:00, October-March 8:30-17:00
* Exhibition Hall opens from 8:30 until 30 minutes before the West Gate closes.
Business holiday December 29 to December 31
Fees Adults and children 16 and up: 200 yen; children from 6 to 16: 100 yen
* Free for children under 6 years old
* Free for those over 65 years old with proof of age
* Free for those with a physical disability certificate, rehabilitation certificate, or mental disability certificate by presentation of their certificates (and caregivers are also admitted free of charge if they need assistance.)
* Groups (20 or more) are 140 yen for adults and 70 yen for children.
・ There is a free admission day.
・ There is a mutual discount system with Ritsurin Garden, Kagawa Museum, and Takamatsu Art Museum.
・ Present the "Udon-ken Omotenashi Passport" (Udon Prefecture Hospitality Passport) for a discount.
Access approx. a 3-minute walk from JR Takamatsu Station
approx. a 20-minute drive from Takamatsu Chuo IC
Parking Free parking: 55
*Parking for the physically disabled:2
Cashless support E-money accepted.
IruCa (e-money system of the Kotoden or Takamatsu-Kotohira Electric Railroad)
For inquiries +8187-851-1521
Official website http://www.takamatsujyo.com/
Notes Free Wi-Fi available.(Near the entrance to the Hiunkaku)