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Shinoridate Remains, Hakodate

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  • It is a medieval castle consisting of a moat, a base, and a pavilion. It is not a castle with a so-called castle with a castle of the so-called protection though it is chosen as a castle of the name of the name. The remains are well maintained, but to put it plainly, it's just a field, so if you're not interested, it's a boring square. Even so, the day i was able to stick it out is blue sky and white, but it feels good, and the view of the Tsugaru Strait is also the best. Whether it's one of the tourist destinations or not, it's not a bad place to spend a little time in the morning if you have time. The access is not good. There is also a bus from Hakodate, but it is not recommended so much considering the number. The main thing will be the car. If you come from the city on Line 278, look at the signs just over the Shinori River and take a narrow road to the left, and you'll find that there is no parking lot at the entrance to the right of the road. It is parked in the parking lot because it goes out to the center plaza of the airport Midorikoshi shi nori fureai plaza if it goes straight as it is. It's free. The stamp of 100 castles in Japan is placed in azumaya in the place where it turns when going to the left in front of the ruins of the place.
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  • The ruins of The Shinori Kan are located on the edge of the coastal terrace overlooking the Tsugaru Strait. I took the Hakodate bus from hakodate station stop and got off at shinoribus stop. The ride takes about 35 minutes. At a glance, you can see that there is a simossin building mark on the hill to the left of the Shinori-kan stop, but when i climbed the road in front of the bus stop with a small shrine without knowing the entrance well, I stopped at the fence of the sinorikan ruins. You can get through the fence and go back and climb the road along the river where there is only one entrance. It is a compact pavilion, but the base and the empty moat mark remain. Unfortunately, the remains were buried after excavation and turned into a lawn, but it was a good view.
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