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Dogo Park (Ruins of Yuzuki Castle)

Dogokoen, Matsuyama 790-0857, Ehime Prefecture
+81 89-941-1480
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Beautiful park

The museum has samurai warrior head dresses to try on and take photos with. Generally, the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Singapore, Singapore
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A nice park

Just a few steps from the Dogo onsen the park is a nice enclave in the city. You can go up the hill... read more

Reviewed 5 June 2017
Sami F
Dijon, France
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Dogokoen, Matsuyama 790-0857, Ehime Prefecture
+81 89-941-1480
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The museum has samurai warrior head dresses to try on and take photos with. Generally, the mannequins are just there, depicting what they'll do at the resting place, nothing significantly exciting. However! The place is a wonderful park to stroll in. Saw a heron at...More

1  Thank yptay
Reviewed 5 June 2017

Just a few steps from the Dogo onsen the park is a nice enclave in the city. You can go up the hill and the view is rather nice. Also the ruins of the original castle are being studied and there are explanations in English!

Thank Sami F
Reviewed 7 May 2017

It is a nice tourist attraction to do in Matsuyama other than the Dogo Onsen that can be done in 1hr.

Thank Criscris88
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Visited in early April. Blooming Sakura. Just few minutes from Dogo station. People are super nice taking initiative to help take photos for us.

Thank Matt C
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

I am sure there are other times of Year that this is park and hill is worth a stroll. In spring, the camellias bloom, the Sakura blossoms and the view is like that of the Shogun over the city of Matsuyama. The archaeological reconstruction is...More

Thank Chris D
Reviewed 25 August 2016

The park is on ancient ruins-Yuzuki Castle, there are plenty of walkways to discover, there also the oldest hot spring in the country-Yugama, this was used before any of the onsens were built. Climb to the top of the park where there's an observation point,...More

Thank Mark A
Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

Dogo Park is near Dogo Onsen. In this site once stood a castle, but now there is nothing left. It is a nice place to take a walk maybe after taking a bath. The old Yugama (exit of hot water at Onsen) of Dogo Onsen...More

Thank Kimitaka S
Reviewed 18 July 2016 via mobile

Summar is not the Best time to visit the Dogo Park but walking inside is relaxing you and giving another perception of the world.

Thank Gianpaolo B
Reviewed 30 December 2015 via mobile

Situated inside the Dogo Kouen Park, a few hundred meters from the Dogo Onsen, this little museum gives you some explanations about the medieval castle of the clan of Kono. The staff are so friendly, dedicated and happy to have foreign visitors. We received delicious...More

Thank emercenier
Reviewed 17 January 2015

The central portion of the park is believed to be an ancient burial mound for some very important person from the area, but not much else seems to be known about its origins. The buildings in the park are reconstructions of an ancient castle, and...More

1  Thank Patrick S
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