Takamatsu castle is the Japanese castle which was in Tamamocho, Takamatsu-shi, Kagawa in Japan. An another name is Tamamo Shiro, too. It’s designated as a national ruin.

Tamamo park is the park where the Takamatsu ruin of a castle which were Takamatsu seigneur and a castle resided of Ikoma and Matsudaira person was maintained. Shiro who dragged seawater in Inland Sea of Seto into a trench is learned about as Japanese Miou Mizushiro. Much saltwater fish is swimming red sea bream in the trench where the water level as well as a tid in a sea rise and fall, and food doing of red snapper can be enjoyed. The experience on which floats a Japanese boat on an inner moat and sails, you can enjoy now yourself.

Address: Tamamocho 2-1, Takamatsu-shi, Kagawa (GoogleMap)


Takamatsu Castle Ruins

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Takamatsu Castle Ruins 34.350161, 134.051163 Takamatsu Castle Ruins


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