How to get to Takamatsu Castle

About Takamatsu Castle

Takamatsu Castle is a castle in Japan. It is located in Tamao-cho, Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture, Shikoku Island, and is alias Tamao Castle. It is designated as a national historical site. Takamatsu Castle is a castle in the form of a wheeled castle. The castle was collapsed in 1884 and there are plans to rebuild the castle. Takamatsu Castle is also one of the top 100 castles in Japan and one of the top three water castles in Japan.

How to get there

About 5 minutes walk from Takamatsu Station on JR or 1 minute walk from Kotohira Station on Kotohira Electric Railway

2-1 Tamao-cho, Takamatsu City


Takamatsu Castle is located right next to Takamatsu Port and close to Takamatsu JR Station. The Tensho of Takamatsu Castle itself is no longer there, it is a very, very, very small park. In fact, I think the view from the adjacent Kagawa Prefectural Museum is a little better. The starting point of Kinten is right next to it, so you often see the train passing under the city, so it should be considered quite unique!

Together with Tamao Park, very small, not big, but very delicate

It’s especially small, and it’s right next to Tamao Park.

I didn’t go inside, but just looked around outside. When I came out of Takamatsu Station, I walked towards the Takamatsu Chikko Station of Kinten, and there was Tamao Park and Takamatsu Castle Ruins.

Takamatsu Castle Ruins, in fact, is not very big. I waited for the airport bus and took a 20-minute break to take a quick stroll.

Also known as Tamao Park, it is one of the 100 most famous castles in Japan and a national historical site, built in 1590. It is a five-minute walk from Takamatsu Station. There are many green plants in the grounds, and it is a good place to walk. The Takamatsu Port is just a five-minute walk from the main gate, and you can take a boat to Odojima Island after the tour.

Generally speaking, Takamatsu is actually more attractive because of the sunset on the Seto Inland Sea and the scenery of Kuribayashi Park. If you haven’t seen a Japanese castle, you can go and see it.

I spent an hour strolling around the park while waiting for the boat. Passing by may wish to go in and stroll, miss will not lose anything ~ ~

Seriously, just look at the entrance, the inside is really general.


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