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Mikaburi Joshi Park

The Mikaburi Castle ruins on Mt.Mikaburi sit at an elevation of 242 meters. It is said that the castle was constructed by Kenshin Uesugi's chief vassal Oguma. The Oguma river flows in the east and the Koguma river flows in the west. The castle was in a strategic position as both rivers acted as natural defenses. Mt.Mikaburi itself has a beautiful shape to it and from the summit you can see the Takada Plains and the far-off Sea of Japan. The mountain castle is indicative of the castles that existed in medieval period Japan. It has been designated as a Joetsu City Cultural Asset.

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Name of places: Mikaburi Joshi Park
Address: Yamabe, Itakura-ku, Joetsu shi, Niigata
Traffic access(train): Take the Hokuriku Shinkansen to Joetsu Myoko Station. From there it's 25 minutes by taxi or rental car. Or, take the Echigo Tokimeki Haneuma Railway Line to Kita Arai Station and it's 20 minutes by taxi from there.
Traffic access(car): Take the Arai Smart IC exit on the Joshin'etsu Expressway and it’s 25 minutes from there.
Tel: 0255-78-2141
Phone: Itakura Ward General Office Industrial Promotion Division
Fax: 0255-78-3984
Fax: Itakura Ward General Office Industrial Promotion Division
Average time to see: 20min
It's 10 minutes to the summit from the parking lot.
Holidays: Open all year.
Fee: Free admission.
Car parking: Free parking available for 6 vehicles.
Facility: Public washroom on site, closed between December and April.

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