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Obijyo Castle Ruins

10 Chome Obi, Nichinan 889-2535, Miyazaki Prefecture
+81 987-25-4533
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This area contains some castle ruins, a museum, several residential buildings, shops, etc., so it... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2017
bglhvn
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So. California
Beautiful walk up to the Castle down a row of restored Samurai homes.

The walk up to this Castle takes you up a street lined with Samurai homes that have been restored... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2017
TheOjiisan
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Roseville, California
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“old town” (2 reviews)
“tickets” (2 reviews)
“museum” (3 reviews)
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10 Chome Obi, Nichinan 889-2535, Miyazaki Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

This area contains some castle ruins, a museum, several residential buildings, shops, etc., so it would take a long time to visit everything. The castle gate and huge stone entrance area walls are impressive. Don't miss the museum.

Thank bglhvn
Reviewed 10 June 2017

The walk up to this Castle takes you up a street lined with Samurai homes that have been restored to their Edo period look. Once on the Castle Grounds you'll see beautiful buildings and Japanese landscapes.

Thank TheOjiisan
Reviewed 4 May 2017

I went there for its historical value. However, I found this attraction was not so attractive and visitors have to pay admission fee for 610 yen also.

Thank Wilfred P
Reviewed 9 February 2017

This is an old town with a couple of hundred years of history. But the actual buildings are not that old, and the town does not show compared with other towns of Japan.

Thank skyNforest2014
Reviewed 27 November 2016

You will have an opportunity to ride on a rickshaw. The guides there are very friendly and speak English. There is a guide map to follow and you can taste their local cuisine.

Thank Keiko S
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Visited Obi Castle Town in August. Nothing impressive, can skip if you don't have much time. We visited the castle town after the Udo Shrine under a 4 hours excursion from Diamond Prince cruise costing US$99 per person.

3  Thank VickyYL
Reviewed 3 September 2016

This castle is not as famous as the other castles in Japan, but it's a great place to visit if you are in Miyazaki Prefecture and want to indulge in historical scenery. It doesn’t have that “look at me” feeling that the other famous castles...More

1  Thank Rico H
Reviewed 25 June 2016

Nice place to explore. I wish the castle museum were bigger. FYI, you can't take photos indie, even without a flash.

2  Thank marlaher
Reviewed 16 June 2016

This was my second visit and I was glad I returned. The feel of the castle puts you back in time. It has a nice quiet serenity, with lots of lovely trees. Don't be intimidated by the expansive steps in some areas. If you have...More

2  Thank KMA_Adventures
Reviewed 16 June 2016 via mobile

Great place to travel, a nice little village with nice people there. Better to do some research in order not to miss the information provided there. Tickets are required to get into those buildings but it is worth to pay since you can add package...More

1  Thank Philip M
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