Takamatsu Castle Tamamo Park

史跡高松城跡・玉藻公園
Site-seeing boat and local events help you make connections with this park
 One of the ‘Three Water Castles of Japan’ (*castles that use sea water from the nearby ocean in their moat) , the ruins of Takamatsu Castle are now open as a park. Also known as Tamamo Castle.
A popular way to visit is on the wooden boats that travel up the moats, which are connected to the ocean. In addition to enjoying the castle from the water, you can also experience feeding the sea bream that swim in the moat.
Inside the park, the Hiunkaku is a reconstruction that brings together the bungalo of the castle lord and the guest annex. This beautiful building, combining Japanese tradition and Western techniques, is an Important Cultural Heritage site. The building faces the Kareyamasui Tei-en, a type of garden that uses rocks, boulders and sand to represent water and mountain scenery. Currently, it is rented out for tea parties and other gatherings.
There are many events held here, such as the spring cherry blossom viewing and the plant market. In the autumn there is the chrysanthemum exhibit. This site holds a special place in the hearts of the local people.
Address 香川県高松市玉藻町2-1
Telephone Number 087-851-1521
Business HoursSunrise - Sunset (Actual change varies by changes in the moon)
Days Closed for BusinessDecember 29 - 31
PriceAdult 200 JPY, Child (6-16 years old) 100 JPY, child not yet in school free * Discount for groups over 20 people. Free nights during the Cherry Blossom viewing period
Directions●JR Takamatsu Station
3 minute walk from JR Takamatsu Station

●Takamatsu Center IC
Approx. 20 minutes from Takamatsu Center IC by car

●Takamatsu Airport
Airport Limousine Bus available
Approx. 45 minutes from Takamatsu Airport to Takamatsu Station, 3 minute walk from JR Takamatsu Station
Parking57 cars
* Can accommoodate one large bus
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