Outside the city
- Art & Culture
This flatland-mountain castle beside the Hijikawa River is said to have been founded in the closing years of the Kamakura period. The current four-storey castle tower was destroyed in the Meiji period, but it was recreated in its original form in 2004 with donations from the public. It was recreated using old photographs from the Meiji period and a wooden model of the castle tower from the Edo period. The four watchtowers from the Edo period are designated important national cultural properties.
- 903 Ōzu, Ōzu City
- How to Get There
- About a 25 minute walk from JR Iyo Ozu Station
- Open time
- 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Last entry 4:30 p.m.)
- Open year-round
- Adult: ¥550, Child: ¥220
- Accessible by public transportation
- Travel by car recommended
- Parking available
- Wi-Fi available
- Who are you traveling with?
- Recommended seasons
- Please be aware that changes may be made to the information due to various circumstances.
For the latest information, please contact the respective facilities directly.
- 0893-24-1146 (Ozu Castle Administration Office)
- Web Site
- This information is correct as of 8/2021. For details, please visit the official website of each facility or contact each facility.