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Things To Do in Takamatsu

197 Reviews
茱丽叶japan in a park. clean, quiet, peaceful. very well maintained park, great for a relaxing day.
145 Reviews
茱丽叶amazing place, despite the rain when I went there. need a ferry ride to get to the island. can spend a good day walking around and visiting the art exhibition. enjoy fresh udon noodles and take fun pictures .
89 Reviews
National Park
茱丽叶another nice natural experience in Takamatsu. to understand the real essence of this culture it is essential to visit this castle. what fascinated me the most is the contrast between old building and Japanese style garden and the new city with tall buildings in the background.
37 Reviews
M36***02Take the bus to the mountain and start hiking. If you want to walk all the observation decks in the north and south, it will take about 2-3 hours. At the southern end of the Kanayama Observatory is relatively hidden, almost missed. After walking down to the abandoned cable car station, there is a small path next to the public toilet on the left, which leads to Mount Guan.
32 Reviews
Modern Architecture
宫主爱The landmarks of Takamatsu Port are these two 8-meter-high colored columns, the works of Shinji Omagaki. From a distance, it is a colorful spiral cylinder. When you look closer, you will find many mirror-like metal surfaces. Through these metal surfaces, you can see that you are approaching step by step, while reflecting the port of Takamatsu. The blue sea surface makes the entire color column show more abundant colors.
28 Reviews
M24***83Not in the plan, but temporarily decided to go to Shikoku Village. I really think I made a very wise choice. The weather was clear that day, and Shikoku Village was particularly beautiful and peaceful. The transportation is very convenient. I live in Wacho and take the Kotohira train directly to Kotodenya Island. Walk in the indicated direction for about 5 minutes. Adult tickets are 1,000 yen. The so-called Shikoku Village is the 33 private houses that were moved here from all over the Shikoku. After being restored to their original appearance, they are distributed throughout the village, allowing you to experience the past life and the wisdom of the ancestors. If you are hungry after walking around, there is a straw house udon noodle restaurant here, and the small bowl is about 500 yen. The noodles are very strong. But don't eat too much, because there is also a very British cafe called Yiren's Restaurant. I ordered a cup of English black tea, a piece of cheesecake, and three ice cream balls. It was only 1,100 yen (72Rmb). The environment inside is very good, you can bask in the sun and have afternoon tea leisurely.