A 140-Centimeter-Tall Samurai Helmet

The main section of Toyama Castle was rebuilt about 60 years ago. Inside, however, are a number of items that will give you a taste of the 400 years of history that has taken place at the castle. The centerpiece of the collection is a 140-centimeter-tall helmet that once belonged to one of Oda Nobunaga's leading generals, Maeda Toshiie. The castle is a popular cherry blossom spot in the spring as well. Also inside the castle complex is a folksy museum where you can learn all about Toyama's rich culture.

Address

1-62 Honmaru, Toyama, Toyama Prefecture 930-0081

〒930-0081 富山県富山市本丸1−62

Directions JR
Route 1
JR Tokaido Main Line (platform16 or 17) Nagoya - Maibara (30m)
JR Limited Express Shirasagi Maibara-Kanazawa (2h)
JR Hokuriku Shinkansen Kanazawa-Toyama (20m)
Walk (10m)
Route 2
JR Limited Express Shirasagi (platform 4) Nagoya-Kanazawa (3h)
JR Hokuriku Shinkansen Kanazawa-Toyama (20m)
Walk (10m)
Route 3
JR Limited Express Shirasagi (platform 4) Nagoya-Kanazawa (3h)
IR Ishikawa Railway Kanazawa-Toyama (1h)
Walk (10m)

Business hours
9am–5pm
Holidays
Around New Year's, other unscheduled days
Contact TEL:076-432-7911
Wi-Fi Available
Credit card payment
Supported languages None
Admission
General ¥210
Children ¥100
Average visit length 2 hours
Websites Official Site (JPN)http://www.city.toyama.toyama.jp/etc/muse/

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