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Kokura Castle Town Course Model Course

The Kokura Castle District is located in the center of Kokurakita Ward. In Katsuyama Park, the site of Kokura Castle, you can enjoy 300 cherry trees blooming in spring and red and yellow leaves of Zelkova trees surrounding the park in autumn. Crossing Murasaki River over Tokiwa Bridge to Uomachi, you will reach Tanga Market, well-known as a kitchen of Kitakyushu. This lively shopping arcade is bustled with local delicacies. This course includes a selection of popular sightseeing spots in Kitakyushu.

所要時間:約3時間30分

  • START : JR Kokura Station

  • 徒歩:約15分

  • 01. 小仓城

    Kokura Castle was built in 1602 by Hosokawa Tadaoki.

    This castle’s keep has a distinctive architectural feature called “karazukuri” in which the 5th floor is bigger than the 4th floor; at the time of its construction, it was the only castle of its kind in Japan.

    In addition, it has a style of stone wall called “nozura-zumi,” which uses natural stone instead of quarried stone, and eight separate gates, such as the Otemon and Keyakimon.

    There are also many things to see inside the castle itself, including a learning zone with introductions to the history and culture of Kokura Castle, and an observation zone with panoramic views over Kokura.

    And it is also renowned for its 300 cherry trees, which bloom in spring, and the autumn colors of zelkova and gingko trees.

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  • 徒歩:約3分

  • 02. 小仓城庭园

    小仓城庭园再现了江户时代的武士住宅和大名庭院的风貌。
    您可以观赏到四季各异的不同风景。
    您还可以接触到日本文化,例如在立礼席体验茶道的抹茶(煎茶)等。

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  • 徒歩:約7分

  • 03. 松本清张纪念馆

    说起北九州市具有代表性的作家无疑是松本清张。在这松本清张纪念馆里,可以接触到松本清张将近40年的写作生涯里,所问世的庞大作品。在此有他亲书的原稿及采访时的照相机等爱用品,及将他的书斋、书库、客厅等部分当时的住宅所复原的空间,从当时的资料中,感受到清张对创作的热情。同时,纪念馆礼品店还有销售一些有关松本清张的独特的纪念品。

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  • 徒歩:約15分

  • 04. 旦过市场

    自大正时期(1912-1926)延续至今,有“北九州厨房”的美誉。一百二十余间店铺林立,主营鲜鱼、蔬菜、当地的传统美食“米糠醃菜”等。

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  • 徒歩:約10分

  • 05. Mori Ogai Former Residence

    Mori Ogai was one of Japan’s literary greats, and he was posted to Kokura as Surgeon General of the 12th Division of the (former) Japanese Imperial Army. The residence was built around 1897 and is a Japanese style house made up of six rooms. It is believed that Mori Ogai mainly used an 8-mat room and a smaller 4.5-mat room on the south side. Currently an earthen floor room is used as a display space for materials such as his chronicles and other precious materials. The residence appears in the novel Tori (Chickens), and as you view the garden you can conjure up images of that era.

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  • 徒歩:約10分

  • GOAL : JR Kokura Station