Entrance fee to Tamamo Park is 200 yen. If you have previously purchased tickets for Kuribayashi Park, you can get discounts for tickets for Kuribayashi Park. One of the three major water castles in Japan, but the most important castle tower is now only a bunch of relics left. The castle tower is no longer there, there is only one stone barrier. The only thing I have seen so far is the Ninomaru Trail, Sailor Mimon, Gen Yag, Tsukimi Yag and so on. There is a wide moat and sheath bridge, you can pay for boat trips.
Tamamo Park is a park established using the remains of Takamatsu Castle, also called "Tamazo Castle". Takamatsu Castle was once the three major water cities in Japan. The moat outside the city is full of sea water. Now visitors can take a small wooden boat to have a "city boat experience". In the park, there is the foundation of the site of the castle tower of Takamatsu Castle, the only remaining turret, and the "Piyun Pavilion" that receives VIPs. It is worth spending an hour or two to visit slowly.
A very long natural park in Takamatsu City, the area is not large, planted some trees and vegetation, very traditional Japanese style, can be visited at will, the small park summer is quite comfortable.
Tamamo Park is not big, it is near Takamatsu Station. The site of Takamatsu Castle is in Tamamo Park, and the admission fee is 200 yen for adults. Because it is a site, you can only look at the map and search for it, and rely on your own imagination to restore it. There is also a memorial hall in the park to learn about the history of Takamatsu Castle. It was cloudy when I went, if the sunshine is good, it would be wonderful to walk around in the park!
Although it is not big, it is quite clean and you can go shopping in about an hour. There are many trees in the inner courtyard. It is a good place to take a leisurely stroll. The ticket is 200 yen for adults. The east gate opens at 0830, and the west gate opens earlier and is close to Takamatsu JR station. Is a place worth going!
Although the castle is no longer in existence, important cultural properties such as Tsukimi Yagura, Sailor Gate, Watanagura, Gen Yagura, Piyun Pavilion (the old Matsuhira family Takamatsu residence) and other important cultural properties are still worthy of appreciation. In addition, during the cherry blossom season, Sakura no Baba is also a good place to take pictures.
It is a fee-charging park. The area is relatively small, but the entrance is right next to Takamatsu Chikko Station. However, there are certain times of the year that are free of admission fees. But if tourists want to see it again, it’s better Pay for admission.