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Matsue Castle

4.3/528 Reviews
"Historical Site"
Open from 4/1-9/30,7:00am-7:30pm;Open from 10/1-1/31,8:30am-5:00pm;Open from 1/1-3/31,8:30am-5:00pm (Local time)
"Japan’s famous cities are said to have hundreds of choices, but in fact, the only ones left are Himeji, Matsue, Matsumoto, and Inuyama. Matsue is probably the most difficult to walk among the national treasure-class cities, if you don’t drop by Izumo Taisha, with the location of Shimane Prefecture, basically will not come, and it is just that, on the contrary, such a small city makes people feel very peaceful. Songjiang Castle is a relatively large park. You can see the castle tower by climbing a section of the hillside. You need to buy tickets to enter the castle, but it is not expensive and there are special discounts for foreigners. The preservation of the Songjiang Tianshou is mainly attributed to the protection of several local landlords, so there is a very historical feeling here, and because of the remote location, there are not many restrictions on tourists, the way to visit is relatively free, and the exhibits did not deliberately stop taking pictures. Although the castle is not high, the stairs inside are so steep. You still need to be careful when climbing up and down. You can see the scenery of Lake Shindo by climbing to the top floor. Personally, I feel that this place is incomparable to Himeji. Compared to Matsumoto Castle, this place is a little smaller. It may be due to the weather. I don’t think it is very beautiful. Maybe when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, you will see a difference. Tianshou. Anyway, it is strongly recommended to take a look"