Takamatsu Castle

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Takamatsu Castle in Kagawa Prefecture is also known as Tamamo Castle. The castle was built in 1590 by Ikoma Chikamasa, the first feudal lord of the Takamatsu Domain. Fifty-four years later the castle and fief were given to the Matsudaira clan. Being built on the shores of Takamatsu, the castle is well known as one of the three mizujiro (water castles) of Japan.


Closed from December 29th to 31st.



2-1 Tamamo-cho, Takamatsu, Kagawa 760-0030 (路线)


5:30 - 18:00 现正开放


星期一 5:30 - 18:00
星期二 5:30 - 18:00
星期三 5:30 - 18:00
星期四 5:30 - 18:00
星期五 5:30 - 18:00
星期六 5:30 - 18:00
星期天 5:30 - 18:00
假期 5:30 - 18:00




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  • 收费停车场
  • 免费停车场
  • Restroom
  • 免费导游/小册子

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A direct stop at Takamatsu-Chikko Station.



Ritsurin Garden

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Shikoku Mura

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