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Innoshima Suigun Castle
photo   Innoshima was home to the Murakami Suigun (a word that means “navy”, “pirates” or “privateers”) that were active across the Seto inland sea between the Muromachi and Sengoku eras.

  The Murakami Suigun Castle displays many weapons, armors, ancient documents, etc. that were left by the Murakami Suigun.

Hours 9:30`17:00 Admission fees Adults: ¥310
Children: ¥150
Closed Every Thursday
and between Dec. 29th and Dec. 31st
For more information Innoshima Suigun Castle
Tel.: 0848-24-0936

Access
From Onomichi Bus Get on a bus bound for Innoshima's Habu Port and get off at the “Kaname-bashi” bus stop. Transfer on a bus bound for Ohama (10 minutes)  and get off at the “Suigunjo Iriguchi” bus stop. Walk 10 minutes to reach the castle.
Car 5 minutes from the Shimanami Kaido's Innoshima Kita Interchange
From Imabari Bus Get on a bus bound for Hiroshima, Fukuyama and Onomichi and get off at the “Innoshima Shigei BS” bus stop. Hop on a taxi to reach the Castle. (10 minutes)
Car 10 minutes from the Shimanami Kaido's Innoshima Minami Interchange

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  Onomichi City Hall
15-1, Kubo 1-chome, Onomichi-shi, 722-8501
Tel.: 0848-25-7111    Fax.: 0848-37-2740


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