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Fukuyama Castle (Matsumae Castle)松前城・松前城資料館

Historical Monument

Fukuyama Castle (Matsumae Castle) is Japan’s northernmost castle, constructed in 1854. Matsumae Castle was built to protect Japan from the many foreign ships that appeared off the coast at that time. Part of the Matsumae castle was destroyed by fire in 1949 where a fierce battle of the Boshin War had once occurred. The tower and three stories of the castle were restored in 1961. The Honmaru Gate was designated as a National Important Cultural Property, and a selection of artifacts and many other historical materials are on display.


Hokkaido Matsumaegunmatsumaechou Matsushiro (Hakodate / Onuma / MatsumaeArea)

phone 0139422216

9:00-17:00(Latest entry16:30)

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Hokkaido Matsumaegunmatsumaechou Matsushiro [ map ]
Hakodate / Onuma / MatsumaeArea
9:00-17:00(Latest entry16:30)
[Admission fee] Adults 360 Yen, Junior High School Students 240 Yen, ChildFree
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Available 10spaces
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