Compared with the many castles in Japan, Okazaki Castle is not large in scale and even a little petite. But because of the birthplace of Tokugawa Ieyasu, it was selected as one of the 100 famous cities in Japan. From the top floor of the castle tower, you can see the entire Okazaki city.
The birthplace and site of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the quiet small town attracts many admirers to visit. The castle is standing on a low hillside, surrounded by various historical sites related to Tokugawa Ieyasu, forming a whole Open park. There are a variety of rail transit options for coming from Nagoya, which is very convenient and you can come and visit.
The comfort is ok, the room is not big. The surrounding environment is very good, but there is no separate bath, it is a large bath. The famous Okazaki Castle is nearby. Walk about 10 minutes from the station. The hotel management staff are very nice. Overall the price/performance ratio is good.
Only here is the cultural history, you can take a look, it's not very big
Take the JR Iida Line to the Meitetsu Main Line, get off at Okazaki Koenmae Station, and walk to Okazaki Park in 5 minutes. Like Kuwana, this is a very simple but very quiet attraction. I like this park very much and took a lot of photos. The cosplayer at the door of Dashou was very friendly and posed for me to take pictures, and also bought Ieyasu's favorite-Hatcho Miso. Before the other generals charged, Ieyasu drank miso soup. . .
The spiritual source of Mikawa Samurai, the birthplace of Tokugawa Ieyasu. The city of the Matsudaira clan. The city is not big. But it is famous for being out of Tokugawa Ieyasu. Honda Tadaka. Take Chiyo's childhood. You can find the mark in Okazaki Castle