The home of Noshima Murakami, a pirate who was once called Japan's largest pirate
The stage of the tide that flows violently like a torrent in a valley is the Seto Inland Sea and the Geiyo Islands. Since ancient times, this area has been the most difficult place for ships to and from the Seto Inland Sea. Above all, the area around Nojima is swirling with a maximum of 10 knots and a tide of about 18 km / h, sometimes swallowing a ship. The ship advances through the complicated and intense sounds and the tides that make a splash. In front of you, you will see a natural fortress, Nojima, a nationally designated historic site. Since you can see the hometown of the Murakami Suigun, who controlled the Seto Inland Sea during the turbulent Warring States period, you can enjoy the real pleasure of the sea from children to adults as well as history fans. Departing from the front of the Murakami Suigun Museum, a powerful cruising around the ruins of Noshima Castle, Funaoriseto, Michikajima, and Hakukata-Oshima Ohashi, while immersing yourself in the historical romance of the Murakami Suigun, you can experience the splendor of nature that nurtured it. You can experience it.
- business hours
- 09: 00 ~ 16: 00 * The last reception is 16:00. If there are two or more passengers, we operate at any time at hourly intervals. The journey takes 40 minutes.
- Monday * If it is a national holiday, the next day. There is also a year-end and New Year holidays. For details, please see the website or contact us (http://www.noshima.jp/ or 0897-86-3323).
- General / 1,200 yen, elementary school students / 600 yen, elementary school students and younger / free, groups of 15 or more are discounted by 100 yen per person. If you show your JAF membership card, you will get a 100 yen discount.
- 〒794-22031293-2 Miyakubo, Miyakubo-cho, Imabari City, * In front of the Murakami Suigun Museum.
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- Parking Lot
- 50 units (free)