When you enter Dogo Park from Tramway Gokoen Station in Matsuyama City, the first building you see is the Yuzuki Castle Museum. Yuzuki Castle was built by Kono, the guardian of Iyokuni during the Northern and Southern Dynasties. The Kono family lived here for 250 years. In 1585, Toyotomi Hideyoshi sent Kobayagawa Takaki to attack Shikoku in order to unify the world. Kobaya surrendered and Yuzuki Castle became Waste city. There are 100 city seals in the museum, and interested visitors can put it on.
The Yuzuki Castle Museum is located at the entrance of Dogo Park. Most of the exhibits in the museum are the history of the Kono clan. This family has been stationed in Yuzhu Castle for 250 years. Archeological excavations in the castle wall have unearthed a lot of artifacts used in the life of samurai at the time, as well as approximate models of Yuzhu Castle. In 1585, Toyotomi Hideyoshi conquered Shikoku, and the Kono family surrendered after holding Yuzuki Castle for about a month. From then on, Kono's rule over Yuzuki Castle came to an end.
The Yuzuki Castle Museum is located at the entrance of Dogo Park. It is free to visit, and you need to take off your shoes to enter. The museum exhibits a model of Yuzuki Castle, as well as some archaeologically excavated objects used in the life of the samurai, as well as the history of the Kono family. However, the materials are all in Japanese and there is no Chinese. It is difficult to visit. However, the staff in the museum were very enthusiastic and pointed out that there are samurai costumes that can be worn for free to take pictures. I nodded to express my gratitude. As a result, I couldn't help but put the samurai costume on my body, and they were busy getting a sword and a samurai hat to dress me up.