Matsuyama-jo is the Japanese castle which was in Matsuyama-shi, Ehime. An another name is also called “Kinki-jo” “Katsuyama-jo”. A main part in a ruin of a castle is maintained as a park, and 21 existence buildings including large Tenshu are designated as a national important cultural asset and castle remains are designated as a national ruin.
Construction of a castle is begun by Yoshiaki Kato in 1602, and it’s lacked for more than 20 years, and it has been completed. 22 houses are wooden and small Tenshu of the coalition system Tenshu crowd who left large Tenshu in 1933 and burned down is restored. It’s possible to pause in a mountain top in Katsuyama of altitude 132m and lay eyes from most locations of the city.
Address: Marunouchi 1, Matsuyama-shi, Ehime (GoogleMap)