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Monument of Hagi Castle Town (萩城城下町の碑)


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"This is a monument standing in a corner of ""Edoya Yokocho Alley"" and ""Onarimichi"" in Hagi city, Yamaguchi Prefecture. Visitors can view the charming alleys, shops and samurai residences in the surrounding area which was where merchants and middle to lower class samurai warriors once lived. The area has also been selected as a nationally designated historical site. Rental cycles, are available and many tourists make use of them to explore the castle town."


Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Gofukumachi 2 (Hagi / NagatoArea)

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Review of Hagi Castle Town

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Reviewed:2020/01/27 A Walk in Hagi
Went to Hagi on January 16, 2020. Used my JR West pass to ride the shinkansen from Kokura to Shin Yamaguchi station. Then a 1 hour scenic bus ride to the Hagi Bus Center.
From the bus stop, it...
Reviewed:2019/11/02 A Town You should not, and cannot miss
If you come to Hagi, and you do not visit this castle town, it means you have never been to Hagi itself. I walked from Kominka Guesthouse which was like 1.2km away, but I love the walk a lot as I see...
Reviewed:2019/08/06 Residential area inside castle moats
A ticket to see most of the residences cost 300 yen. There are mainly three parallel streets. It is filled with mostly pottery shops.

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Yamaguchi Pref. Hagishi Gofukumachi 2 [map]
Hagi / NagatoArea
Parking Lot
Available (* Central Park Parking Lot) 146spaces
Credit Card
Not available
Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Infant friendly

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