Dogo Park is a park built around Yuzuki Castle ruins. It is surrounded by two moats, the outer river surrounding the park and the inland river surrounding the central hills of the park. On the hills in the center of the park are the ruins of the former castle walls. Now it is used as an observatory where you can see the scenery of Matsuyama City. To the north is Dogo Onsen Street. The whole park has good greening, but the lawn is mostly exposed to running water, and it is very exposed to the sun. Pay attention to sun protection.
Mr. Kono's residence is located near Dogo Hot Springs, and pirates connected with Murakami Mizucong were tied together until Hideyoshi surrendered. It seems that it used to be a zoo and a house, but it has been restored and rebuilt as a castle ruin park, where there are still earth and stone. There are two buildings in the castle, recreating the interior of the samurai residence and the free museum.
Dogo Park This is a municipal park as well as a historical site. The Kono family ruled here for 250 years. The Yuzu Castle in the park, the double moat, and the earth fortifications around the castle all recorded the castle at that time. The scale. The park area is quite large. There is no shade, so you must pay attention to sun protection.
Dogo Park is just one stop away from Dogo Onsen Main Building. After visiting Dogo Onsen Street, you can walk to Dogo Park. Dogo Park is actually the site of Yuzuki Castle that existed for about 250 years from the 14th to the 16th century. There are some ditches and earthen castles left over from that time, as well as restored samurai homes and earth walls, as well as a few unearthed objects. In summer, when I arrive at Dogo Park, it is full of green.
Just near Dogo Onsen Station, not far from the main building of the hot spring, an open park with good greenery and you can also visit the ruins of the castle site. The autumn leaves season is still very beautiful, and you can see the coming and going of streetcars.