Innoshima Suigun Castle


Innoshima Suigun Castle on Innoshima Island of Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture, is a castle-shaped museum that displays documents about the Murakami Kaizoku, also known as the Murakami Suigun and Murakami Marine Force, who were active on the Seto Inland Sea during the mid-14th century.
At the top of a 150-step staircase stand three buildings: Honmaru, Ni-no-maru, and Sumiyagura. The Honmaru building is the Suigun Museum, and in it there are displays of materials related to the Murakami Marine Force, including armor, swords, tactical scrolls, and more. Next to Honmaru is Ni-no-maru, at which tactical councils have been recreated using samurai dolls, and at Sumiyagura visitors can look at photos of the Innoshima Suigun Festival. Additionally, at Konrenji Temple that lies at the foot of the castle, gorinto generational gravesites of the Murakami Marine Force have been enshrined.

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Telephone Number
Postal code
3228-2 Innoshima Nakanosho-cho, Onomichi City, Hiroshima
広島県尾道市因島中庄町3228-2 因島水軍城
Method of payment
Recommended season
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Business Hours
Monday・Tuesday・Wednesday・Friday・Saturday・Sunday : 09:30~17:00

Final admission 30 minutes before closing.

If Thursday is a public holiday, the facility will be open.

Closed December 29th - January 1st.
Shorter hours between January 2nd to January 3rd : 10:00-15:00.

Regular Holiday
Admisson Fee
JPY330 / , JPY160 /

Over 16yrs: JPY 330
Age 6-15: JPY 160

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