Songjiang City, a place where people are less beautiful, an intoxicating sunset
located in Songjiang City, the capital of Shimane Prefecture in Japan, is definitely not a popular place. There are not many tourists, but it is a small beauty!
Songjiang City with Tianshou Pavilion is one of the must-have places, overlooking the city view of Songjiang City! From Songjiang City, you can walk along the bridge to the Shimane Prefectural Museum of Art. It is not only a strong design, but also a beautiful place to watch the sunset!
Transportation: Take JR to reach Songjiang Station! You can take a sightseeing bus in the city or walk on foot!
Travel Tips: There are no restaurants and convenience stores around the location where you watch the sunset. Friends who want to wait for the sunset and are hungry remember to buy food and water! In addition, the evening before sunset is the best time to shoot backlit portraits, don't miss it!
Songjiang City, located in Shimane Prefecture, is one of the representatives of ancient Japanese culture, and Songjiang City is a symbol of Songjiang. Built in 1611, it is one of the 12 existing ancient castles in Japan, a national treasure cultural heritage.
Ascend to the city, the entire Songjiang City has a panoramic view, and the distant mountains and water houses are intertwined. Near the castle, it is the residence of the left warrior, plus the tea ceremony, flower path, Japanese style and fruit that followed, exuding the atmosphere of the Edo period.
When the Songjiang ancient city was built, many waterways were dug for the protection of the castle and military needs, so Songjiang was also known as the water city. The best way to experience this ancient capital of more than 400 years is to take a boat to protect the city.
When the boat passes under the bridge, the boatman will press the height of the bridge bottom to lower the ceiling, and the beautiful scenery will be taken. The boatman will sing long Songjiang folk songs and spread the scenery along the coast.