We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Fukuyama-Shi Castle is the best Castle in not only Hiroshima prefecture but in the whole of Nippon! We went as a family and absolutely loved it! The view from the top is beyond mesmerising- it’s so hypnotic that you feel euphoric in its splendour. Also...More
This castle was built and used after war-time period as an administrative purpose (not in a battle). And just like many castles in Japan it was destroyed and rebuild as a cultural symbol later on. So you might not feel much excitement compared with other...More
Museum is fairly dated but the exhibits are timeless. Armour, firearms,swords,saddles,all give insight into Samurai Culture. No interpretation of exhibits in english though which made the experience a little frustrating.
Lots of stairs as you move over 5 floors to finish with a great view...More
This castle is literally right outside the station, no more than two blocks away and clearly visible. Small, but still nice. We didn't go inside, but there are countless museums, statues, and small shrines to see in the immediate area if you're looking to kill...More
This Castle is about 200m from the Fukuyama Station. The facade looks similar to other Japanese castles but smaller in size. Normal entrance fee is Y200. If there is an exhibition, the fee will go up to Y500!
There was an special exhibit and we...More
Like Okayama castle, Fukuyama doesn't hold a candle to Himeji but if judged on its own is still a nice reconstruction that allows us to get a clear image of how the original must have been. The interior is also a museum with ancient artifacts,...More
Our first stop here in Hiroshima. Have to change local train to Onomichi so just alight to visit the Castle, conveniently just opposite the train station!
Famed for being one of the 100 most renowned castles in Japan it is a small castle with 4...More