Hagi Castle Ruins Area

  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area World Heritage 

    Former Site of Hagi Castle (Shizuki Park)

    Part of the UNESCO World Heritage “Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution.”

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    • Address:Horiuchi, Hagi
    • Open:8am-6:30pm April-October; 8:30am-4:30pm November-February.
      Open daily
    • Price:Adults: ¥220
      Children (elementary school/junior high school students): ¥100
  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area World Heritage 

    Former Residential District for Upper-Class Samurai

    Part of the UNESCO World Heritage “Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution.”

    • Phone:0838-25-3139 (Hagi Tourist Information)
    • Address:Horiuchi, Hagi
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  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    The Ruins of Hagi Castle・Shizuki Park

    Site of Hagi Domain Castle built by the Mōri family in the Edo period

    • Phone:0838-25-1826
    • Address:1-1 Horiuchi, Hagi
    • Open:8am-6:30pm April-October; 8:30am-4:30pm November-February.
      Open daily
    • Price:Adults: ¥220
      Children (elementary school/junior high school students): ¥100
  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Shizukiyama Shrine 

    Five of the Mori lords are enshrined here

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    • Address:Horiuchi, Hagi(in the ruin of Hagi Catsle)
    • Open:8am-6:30pm April-October; 8:30am-4:30pm November-February.
      Open daily
    • Price:Adults: ¥220
      Children (elementary school/junior high school students): ¥100
      *entrance fee of the ruin of Hagi Catsle
  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Kuchiba Family Residence

    The Kuchiba family were retainers to the Mōri family, the rulers of Chōshū domain

    • Phone:0838-25-3139 (Hagi Tourist Information)
    • Address:1-3 Horiuchi, Hagi, Yamaguchi
    • Open:9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (daily)
    • Price:¥100
  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Tenjuin Mausoleum

    The final resting place of the daimyo Mōri Terumoto and his wife

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    • Address:Horiuchi, Hagi
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  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Kita no Sōmon Gate

    One of the largest Kōraimon gates in Japan

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    • Address:Horiuchi, Hagi
    • Open:Free to visit
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  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Horiuchi Kaimagari and Hiyako Kaimagari Streets

    The street which gives the illusion of a dead end

    • Phone:No phone
    • Address:Horiuchi, Hagi / 143 Hiyako, Hagi
    • Open:24 hours (daily)
    • Price:Admission Free
  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Kikugahama Beach

    A beach of white sand facing the beautiful Sea of Japan

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    • Address:2-ku, Horiuchi, Hagi
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  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Hagi Sightseeing Boat (Hagi Hakkei Yūransen)

    See the scenery of Hagi from the sea and the rivers by pleasure boat

    • Phone:0838-21-7708
    • Address:83-8 Horiuchi, Hagi (Boarding point for Hagi Hakkei Tour Boat)
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  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Hananoe Tea House

    The tea house built by the lord of the Choshu domain

    • Phone:
    • Address:Horiuchi, Hagi(in the ruin of Hagi Catsle)
    • Open:8am-6:30pm April-October; 8:30am-4:30pm November-February.
      Open daily
      *The inside is not open to the public
    • Price:Adults: ¥220
      Children (elementary school/junior high school students): ¥100
      *entrance fee of the ruin of Hagi Catsle
  • Hagi Castle Ruins Area 

    Hagi Museum

    The museum where we can learn of the nature, history and culture of Hagi

    • Phone:0838-25-6447
    • Address:355 Horiuchi, Hagi
    • Open:Open daily from 9am-5pm (last entry 4:30 pm)
      Closed from 22th-24th January 2020
    • Price:adults: ¥520; Young people (high school/university students): ¥310; children (elementary school/junior high school students): ¥100