Things To Do In imabari-shi#Architecture


Special Things To Do characterized by Architecture to travel in imabari-shi that Japanese travelers and locals recommend.

Architecture

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Imabari Castle

The Imabari Castle Illuminated Every Night as Symbol of Imabari

The Imabari castle is illuminated in warm-color and looks like floating. Of course, it's also good in daytime.

A Bronze Statue Of A General Takatora Todo

As a military commander, he was also good at building castles. His brave statue and Imabari Castle as a background attract us castle enthusiasts very much.

Tatara Shimanami Park

The Perfect Location for Seeing Tatara Ohashi which is One of the Longest Oblique Bridges

This longest-lank oblique bridge shows high construction techniques in Japan. The spot is the perfect location for seeing it and it seems swan spreading own wings.

Karei Mountain Observatory Park

Setouchi Scenery From A Reproduced Lookout Place Of The Strongest Japanese Pirates

Around No-shima Island, a small one at the center of pics, strange tides swirl and it used to be a base of the strongest pirates, Murakami Suigun. Karei Observatory is build as an imitation of the pirate's lookout place. You can enjoy the superb view of Setouchi and cherry blossoms in spring.

Kirozan Observatory

The Super Scenic Observatory Designed By A World-famous Architect, Kengo Kuma

I can't turn my eyes away from the scenery of Shimanami-kaido that suddenly appears in front of me! And also I recognized the design of this observatory was very refined. To my surprised, an architect known in the world, Kengo Kuma designed here. There's nothing that obstructs the view, but only handrails.

Itoyama Park Observation Platform

Three Suspension Bridges Chain Connecting Islands In Seto Inland Sea

At Kurushima Strait observatory, you can view around farther from higher place. You have to go up the stairs as many as 100 steps to the observatory.

Kurushima Channel View Building

The Close View Of Kurushima Strait Bridge

You can see the powerful view of the bridge from its feet.

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