A long, narrow park situated along Lake Shinji. Park highlights include the Aoyagi Tower Lantern, a famous sight in Matsue which once served as a lighthouse marking the entrance of a cove; and a bust of Gentan Kayo, a heroic woman who saved Matsue Domain. There is also a walking path and a large grass multipurpose field on the east side. The park is famous for its beautiful sunsets and visitors can take in the site of the sun setting on Lake Shinji amidst the tower lantern and pine trees planted throughout the park, as well as the nightscape reflecting off the lake after the sun has gone down.
Shimane Matsue-shi Nadamachi
Shimane Matsue-shi Nadamachi [map]
- open everyday
- Parking Lot
- Credit Card
- Not available
- ※ Tel is connected to Matsue City Hall History and Town Development Department Park Greenery Section.
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- View route from Station View route from Bus Stop View route from IC View route from Parking
Nearby Tourist Attractions
Shimane Main Areas
What Shimane prefecture lacks in size and population, it makes up for in scenery and ancient mythology. Izumo-taisha, in the middle of the prefecture, is said to be Japan's oldest Shinto shrine, where stories that delve into the creation of the Japanese race have been passed down over centuries. The 180 Oki Islands, a 40-minute ferry ride north of Sakaiminato, offer an undiscovered paradise well off the beaten track.