Industrial Tourism Spots

Okazaki Castle

aichi

Okazaki Castle

Tokugawa Iyeyasu, the first Shogun of the Tokugawa Government in the Edo period (1603-1867), was born here in Okazaki Castle. This castle was reconstructed in 1959 to commemorate the birthplace of Tokugawa Iyeyasu in Okazaki city.

Name
Okazaki Castle
Category of Industry
Others
Exhibitions
The 2nd, 3rd and 4th floor have exhibition rooms affording visitors the opportunity to learn about the history of Okazaki city and the lives of ordinary town people and feudal lords during the Edo period, while the 5th floor offers a panoramic view of the Mikawa Plains.
Touring procedures
Tour the facility freely
Admission
Charged
Attendance figure
per 1 time: 200
per 1 day: 6,000
Hours
9:00 to 17:00 (Last admission at 16:30)
Amount of time required
45 minutes
Closed
Dec. 29 to 31
Parking
large buses: 16
passenger cars: 150 (a fee is charged)
Shopping and food
Shopping: Yes
Food: No
Categories of visitors
For individuals , For groups , For inspection/study tour groups , For school trip groups
(Acceptance of people in the same category of industry: Acceptable)
Available service for guests from overseas
Guide: ※Audio system guide English, Chinese and Korean
Brochures: English, Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Korean
Reservation
Not required Reservations not required
Reservation number
Tel. 0564-22-2122
Fax. 0564-22-2201
Access
Public Transportation: 15 minutes walk from Meitetsu Railway Higashi Okazaki Station/ Car: on the Route 1, 3 km in the direction of Nagoya from the Okazaki Interchange on the Tomei Expressway
Address
561 Kose-cho, Okazaki City, Aichi (located in the Okazaki Park) 444-0052
Inquiry address
561 Kose-cho, Okazaki City, Aichi (located in the Okazaki Park) 444-0052
applications and inquiries
Okazaki Castle
Number
Tel. 0564-22-2122
URL
http://www.city.okazaki.aichi.jp/museum/ka171.htm